Cloudy Bank Holiday Monday forecast to round off coldest August in a decade

A cloudy day over Southwold. Picture: ALISON CONNORS

The Bank Holiday in Suffolk is set to be cloudy - Credit: citizenside.com

The Bank Holiday in Monday in Suffolk is expected to be cloudy as forecasters reveal this August has been the chilliest in a decade.

The Met Office is not expecting temperatures to reach higher than 19C today, with only a small chance of sunshine breaking through.

Showers are also possible, but forecasters say the Bank Holiday is likely to remain dry.

Chris Bell, of East Anglian-based forecaster Weatherquest, revealed on Twitter that the region's highest temperature this August has been the lowest since 2012.

The highest August temperature was recorded last year at 36.3C - but that sharply fell to 24.9 this month.


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