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September sunshine on the cards as temperatures rise

PUBLISHED: 07:21 26 September 2018 | UPDATED: 07:27 26 September 2018

Autumn Colours in Christchurch Park last year Picture: FRED IXER/NEWZULU.COM

Autumn Colours in Christchurch Park last year Picture: FRED IXER/NEWZULU.COM

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Forecasters are predicting a warmer day for East Anglia with temperatures reaching the low 20s.

Only days after the region woke from its coldest September night in 15 years forecasters are predicting that the mercury will go up again once more.

Today will start out chilly though with temperatures only around 10C by 8am this morning.

As the day goes on, however, things will start to change with plenty of sunshine across the region.

Temperatures will rise quickly reaching around between 19 and 21C by early afternoon.

Tomorrow should see a warmer start to the day than previously this week and temperatures could rise again to 22 or 23C.

A cold front is on its way from the north on later on this week, meaning temperatures could take a tumble once again.

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