There is a chance of further rain on Friday - but this weekend is set to be warm and dry in Suffolk.
Windy conditions will be felt across Suffolk and north Essex today, weather forecasters have said.
As barbers and pubs start to re-open for the first time, forecasters have given their prediction for “Super Saturday”.
People heading to beer gardens, al fresco restaurants or street cafes on Super Saturday can expect a mixture of weather with rain set to dominate in the morning but the afternoon likely to be brighter.
Suffolk is set for a cloudy end to the week - with a small chance of more thunderstorms tonight.
Pubs and restaurants will reopen after months of closure this weekend on what is being called ‘Super Saturday’ – but will the skies stay dry or will punters be inclined to stay home?
A mobile post office is to temporarily replace services at Sicklesmere corner shop, which was devastated by a flash flood brought on by torrential rain.
Gusts of up to 35mph are expected today, as well as plenty of sun and the odd shower.
More than 250 fines have been issued in Suffolk to those breaching lockdown rules, it has been revealed.