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What will the weather be like this weekend in Suffolk?

Dry and sunny weather is expected over the weekend Picture: ANDY ABBOTT

Dry and sunny weather is expected over the weekend Picture: ANDY ABBOTT

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Suffolk and north Essex is set to enjoy a dry and fine weekend with plenty of warm sunny spells as the summer draws to close. Take a look at the forecasted temperatures here.

People will be able to enjoy Southwold Harbour this weekend with some sunny weather forecast Picture: MARTIN SEUNEKEPeople will be able to enjoy Southwold Harbour this weekend with some sunny weather forecast Picture: MARTIN SEUNEKE

Today will feel warmer than yesterday with high temperatures around the 20C (68F) mark with some light winds throughout the day, according to forecasters.

It is expected to stay fine during the evening across the region and it will feel milder than recent nights.

Sunday’s outlook looks similar, with warm, sunny spells, but it may become cloudier as the day progresses. No rain is expected.

High temperatures are predicted to be around the 22C (71F) mark.

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