Travel: Quiet start for Bank Holiday traffic

ROADS to the coast and Suffolk’s attractions were again expected to be busy today with weathermen predicting another fine day on the cards.

It was set to be breezy by dry with patchy cloud and sunny intervals, though temperatures not as warm as last week’s Bank Holiday – a maximum of probably 14C.

A spokesman for Weatherquest said the fresh easterly wind would become strong northeasterly by evening.

Tomorrow would be fine and dry again with long spells of hazy sunshine, with temperatures peaking at about 12C.

Police said there were no major problems on the roads, but expected them to be busier later with people travelling to events and again in the late afternoon with people returning home after the Bank Holiday weekend.


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