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Weather experts are predicting a change in fortunes for East Anglia - with yesterday's cloud making way for sunny spells and true summer temperatures.
East Anglia recorded its rainest day for two years after a series of downpours across the region.
A yellow weather warning for heavy rain remains in place across East Anglia this morning.
Organisers of the OVO Energy Women's Tour, which starts in Beccles on Monday, say they are keeping a close eye on the weather after the MET Office issued a yellow weather warning for rain for the start of next week.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for rain next week - saying there is a chance "homes and businesses could be flooded".
This year's much-anticipated Kesgrave Fun Day has been cancelled due to "exceptional weather conditions".
Forecasters are predicting gusts of up to 50mph in Suffolk and Essex today as high winds blast the region.
Sunshine is expected for Sir Rod Stewart's Ipswich gig - but fans have been advised to be prepared in case of few showers.
It was a glorious weekend for Suffolk as the sunny weather brought with it higher than average temperatures.
Today is set to be the hottest day of the year in Suffolk so far with temperatures potentially reaching 28C - warmer than parts of Europe.
Water levels could be 'precarious' this summer after a lack of rainfall in recent weeks exacerbating the fact the water table is already low.