The weekend will continue to be warm and dry tomorrow daytime, but the evening may see the start of stormy weather.
Gusts of up to 35mph are expected today, as well as plenty of sun and the odd shower.
The high temperatures and humidity of this week will be replaced with cooler weather and showers this weekend.
More wet spells are in store for Suffolk later this week, which could make it harder for families and friends to arrange outside meet-ups in advance.
After today’s sunny bank holiday, a long warm, dry spell looks set to continue - with little rainfall expected for East Anglia during June.
The forecast is for fine weather this weekend - including Mothering Sunday - so while hospitality venues are shut to the public, the outdoors may beckon.
Wind speeds could be higher than initially thought with gusts of up 70mph during Storm Dennis.
Wind speeds could reach 60mph in Suffolk this weekend as Storm Dennis is likely to bring widespread disruption.
It has been a busy morning on the roads across Suffolk as flooding has already caused a closure on the A14 and slow driving conditions on the A12.
People across Suffolk and north Essex have been praised for their hardiness as it has been revealed they wait the longest in the country before switching on their heating.
Stay with us for the latest information as heavy rainfall causes chaos on Suffolk’s roads.