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What is the weather looking like on August bank holiday Monday 2018?

PUBLISHED: 09:15 27 August 2018

Temperatures will continue to drop dramatically during the night Picture: ARCHANT

Temperatures will continue to drop dramatically during the night Picture: ARCHANT

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Suffolk was hit by a barrage of rain yesterday but things are looking a little brighter today with mostly dry weather and highs of 20C.

There is a small risk of light showers in on or two places across the region with patches of clouds creeping in but mainly we will be experiencing delightful sunshine throughout the day.

Temperatures are likely to drop overnight, almost halving as it hits 9-10C but tomorrow will bring us another dry day.

Tuesday will see less patchy cloud and more sunshine with highs of 22C in the afternoon and the possibility of some light showers.

Enjoy your bank holiday and make sure you keep checking the website for more weather updates.

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