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Tuesday, September 4, 2012
JUST as the school summer holidays are drawing to a close, the sun has decided to come out at long last.
Suffolk enjoyed some fine, warm weather yesterday and experts are expecting it to continue into the weekend.
With just a day or two to go before pupils return to the classroom, many families made a last-minute dash to the coast and as these pictures from Southwold show, there was certainly no shortage of sunshine.
Forecasters said temperatures ranged between 21C and 23C yesterday - slightly over 70F.
Steve Western, from regional experts Weatherquest, said the conditions were caused by an area of high pressure.
He said temperatures were slightly warmer than average for this time of year but warned of a cloudier day today with some drizzle - although the outlook for the rest of the week and into the weekend was looking positive.
“The high pressure returns for some more dry, fine and fairly sunny weather,” he continued. “We may get some misty starts but that is pretty typical.”