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Dry day forecast across Suffolk and North East Essex today

PUBLISHED: 09:01 14 August 2018 | UPDATED: 09:53 14 August 2018

Things are expected to stay warm and dry for most of next week until cooler temperatures arrive on Friday Picture: ARCHANT

Things are expected to stay warm and dry for most of next week until cooler temperatures arrive on Friday Picture: ARCHANT

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The showers which hit parts of the region yesterday will disappear today to give a dry day across the region.

And the threat of rain has also gone with parts of the area seeing outbreaks of sunshine through the clouds.

Adam Dury, from Weatherquest, said it would stay dry overnight with a cloudy sky with today’s temperatures ranging from 20C to 23C.

“Tomorrow will be another cloudy day with a few sunny spells with temperatures between 23C and 24C but we are not forecast to have any showers over the next 24 hours so it’s going to be dry.”

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