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Five-day weather forecast

Weather for the next five days - IP4

Today

Partly Cloudy

Max temp
17°C
Min temp
12°C
Wind
SSE
Speed
11

Tomorrow

Partly Cloudy

Max temp
12°C
Min temp
10°C
Wind
WSW
Speed
11

Saturday

Partly Cloudy

Max temp
16°C
Min temp
9°C
Wind
SW
Speed
27

Sunday

Overcast

Max temp
13°C
Min temp
10°C
Wind
W
Speed
20

Monday

Rain

Max temp
15°C
Min temp
15°C
Wind
SW
Speed
16

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Yesterday, 18:23

Weather forecasters are warning another storm could be on its way to the UK this weekend – bringing gusts of up to 70mph to East Anglia.

An Ipswich man whose mother had the roof of her Dominica home ripped off by Hurricane Maria has set up a charity appeal for the devastated Caribbean island.

The unusual orange and yellow glow whipped up by Storm Ophelia was captured in all its majestic glory by Ipswich Star and East Anglian Daily Times readers this week. Take a look at our montage photo gallery video.

Storm Ophelia will see winds reach speeds of up to 80mph on exposed coastlines as amber weather warnings are issued for Northern Ireland, but East Anglia will avoid dangerous weather.

As ex-hurricane Ophelia continues to bring strong winds to western parts of the country, much of Suffolk and Essex is expected to stay dry and cloudy.

Send in your photos of the red sun spotted in the sky over parts of Suffolk today, caused by Storm Ophelia.

Storm Ophelia is to batter parts of the UK and Ireland with gusts of up to 80mph, but the East of England should see sunshine.

It has been 30 years since The Great Storm hit the UK – we asked people in Ipswich for their memories.

Chaos and destruction ravaged East Anglia as the most devastating storm of the century battered buildings, landmarks and forests 30 years ago.

Hurricane Ophelia is approaching the UK as forecasters warn of heavy rain and gusts of up to 80mph - while some areas will enjoy a balmy 25C (77F).

Chaos and destruction ravaged East Anglia when the most devastating storm of the century battered buildings, landmarks and forests 30 years ago. Watch the incredible footage and people’s memories here.

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