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Weekend weather: Sunny Saturday but showers for Suffolk on Sunday

PUBLISHED: 06:49 11 August 2018 | UPDATED: 06:49 11 August 2018

An umbrella may be called for on Sunday  Picture: ISTOCK

An umbrella may be called for on Sunday Picture: ISTOCK

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Suffolk’s set for a largely dry and bright day but things could turn cloudy later on, with some heavy outbreaks of rain predicted overnight.

Temperatures will hover around 20C this afternoon, but a southwesterly wind will bring some moisture and the possibility of light showers turning heavier by 10pm.

Sunday looks cloudy with heavy outbreaks of rain spreading east throughout the morning.

The cloud will remain, but rain will ease during the afternoon, and temperatures could reach 24C.

More of the same sunshine and showers are forecast for Monday, followed by a mainly dry, bright and warm Tuesday.

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