max temp: 23°C
min temp: 8°C
Weather experts are predicting a warm weekend across Suffolk and Essex, but are warning of the chance of thunder and rain.
Hay fever sufferers in the East of England should enjoy some relief from symptoms this week as pollen levels are expected to drop, a weather expert has said.
While much of the UK was recording the warmest May since records began more than 100 years ago Suffolk and parts of Essex failed to reach the top temperatures.
Weather warnings for heavy rain and thunderstorms are in place for most of the Suffolk and north Essex region today.
Be prepared for showers – but don’t worry about a total washout – that’s the advice from weather experts to visitors heading for the Suffolk Show.
Be prepared for showers – but don’t worry about a total washout. That was the advice from weather experts to visitors heading for the Suffolk Show.
A weather warning for thunderstorms has been extended for much of Suffolk and Essex into this afternoon - with risk of flooding, lightning strikes, hail and strong winds.
Conditions in our region have been less than summery in the past few days with high levels of cloud and some showers.
The weather forecast for the Bank Holiday weekend looks set to be mostly fine and dry for Suffolk and parts of Essex.
A long-range weather forecaster is predicting another bank holiday scorcher - which could see temperatures in Suffolk and Essex top 30C.
A bright start to the weekend’s weather looks set to be replaced by falling temperatures and rain this evening.