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Temperatures could hit highs of 21C tomorrow – but cooler days are ahead

PUBLISHED: 16:25 30 October 2014 | UPDATED: 16:25 30 October 2014

Tomorrow is set to be warm and sunny

Tomorrow is set to be warm and sunny

Families across Suffolk and Essex can look forward to a brief return of summertime conditions tomorrow, as the clouds part and warm temperatures hit the counties.

Despite a largely overcast day today, the mercury still topped 20C, and that is expected to rise to 21C tomorrow, with a largely sunny and fine day.

Despite the positive news, forecasters are warning people to enjoy it while it lasts, as more seasonal conditions will return towards the end of the weekend and the start of next week.

Temperatures are expected to fall from Saturday with some showers possible, while the start of the week will be hampered by showers and some windy conditions.

Looking ahead to next week, Phil Garner, a forecaster with Weatherquest, said: “It is going to be changeable and cooler.”

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