Warm temperatures to continue until Sunday
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The mercury in East Anglia is set to continue to rise for the rest of the week.
Yesterday East Anglia reported the highest temperatures across the country and forecaster Phil Garner from Weatherquest said it’s a trend that is set to continue until the end of the week.
Mr Garner confirmed that fine and dry weather is here to stay until Sunday.
Today temperatures could reach up to 23 or 24C inland with temperatures staying lower in coastal areas.
Mr Garner said that the temperatures were above average for this time of year and were being caused by an area of warm air coming up from the Mediterranean and over the continent.
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Thursday is set to be even warmer day with temperatures hitting 25 or 26C.
It’s only on Sunday where we could see a change with thunderstorms bringing a break in the weather as well as a drop in temperatures for the start of next week.
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