max temp: 18°C
min temp: 8°C
Tourists flocking to Suffolk and Essex’s coast in the sunny weather have been warned a stroll along the beach could prove fatal - if they do not heed urgent warnings about dangerous tides.
Weather forecasters have predicted another hot and sunny day for the region with temperatures pushing into the mid twenties.
Suffolk is set to see another day of sun and blue skies on Easter Sunday as temperatures creep into the mid-twenties.
Easter bonnets were the order of the day in Felixstowe and, just for once, the sun had its hat on too.
Shorts and t-shirts were the order of the day today as Suffolk basked in warm Easter sunshine and beneath beautiful blue skies.
Forecasters were today confidently predicting some of the best Easter weather for years – with temperatures in the 20Cs across the weekend.
Temperatures peaked at 23C yesterday and families were keen to make the most of it by dancing in and out of the water fountains at Holywells Park, basking in the sun at Felixstowe and walking along the picturesque coast at Aldeburgh.
On the hottest day of the year children and families have been cooling off in the Holywells water park - turned on just in time for the Easter bank holiday.
Today is set to be the hottest day of the year so far in Suffolk and thousands are expected to enjoy the unseasonably warm weather in Christchurch Park over the four-day weekend.
A concerned dog walker has voiced his concerns after spotting two venomous snakes at Sutton Heath.
Sunbathers armed with ice creams and deck chairs could again swarm on the Suffolk seaside ahead of what could be the hottest day of the year.