The MET Office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms for Tuesday and Wednesday saying there could be a risk of flash flooding, large hailstones and power outages in Suffolk and Essex.
Weatherquest forecaster James Wilby talks us through the weather forecast for Latitude 2017 in Henham Park, near Southwold, throughout today (Saturday, July 15).
People in Suffolk and Essex have been warned they could face lashings of heavy rain today, with the region set for thunder and lightning.
Nearly a month’s rain fall fell on Suffolk in the space of a day, as the prolonged dry spell came to a dramatic end.
After some glorious weather this weekend, Weatherquest forecaster Dan Holley tells us what we can expect next week.
Forecasters have also warned of more rain on the way this weekend after thunderstorms and torrential downpours were predicted to hit the region tomorrow.
Temperatures could soar up to 28C (82.4F) this Bank Holiday weekend, but forecasters have warned of a risk of thunderstorms.
Suffolk and Essex saw rainfall in April drop by almost 70 percent compared to last year - causing devastating effects to wildlife and increasing the chances of fires catching and spreading.
From long spells of warm sunshine to late April showers, Suffolk and Essex residents can expect changeable weather over the May Day Bank Holiday weekend.
Just a few short weeks after temperatures soared to 24°C in Suffolk on April 9, rapidly-changing weather conditions saw a number of snap hail storms batter Suffolk this afternoon.
Suffolk and Essex are set for the warmest weekend of the year with temperatures expected to reach a balmy 21C (70F) on Sunday.
An early lamb bouncing through the fields at Nowton Park and the first sign of their famous daffodils are a sure sign spring is on its way.
Should you wrap up warm, take a raincoat or set off early to catch a replacement bus?
Coastal residents in parts of Suffolk and Essex have been advised to make preparations for possible flooding this afternoon and into tonight.
The Environment Agency is expecting high tide levels in the region tonight and in the early hours of tomorrow and has warned: “Flooding is possible – be prepared.”
This weekend will see mild temperatures and a mix of rain, wind, cloud and sunshine.
The first lamb of the year at the National Trust’s Sutton Hoo site was born in the blustery early hours of this morning - and there was only one name that instantly came to mind.
Just weeks after snow fell in Suffolk and Essex, temperatures could hit highs of 17C (62.6F) in parts of the region today.
The beautiful sight of snowdrops is a sure sign spring is on its way, but forecasters are warning temperatures will plummet in the coming days.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for wind across the east of England tomorrow with some coastal areas expected to see gusts of up to 60mph.
max temp: 20°C
min temp: 14°C