After today’s sunny bank holiday, a long warm, dry spell looks set to continue - with little rainfall expected for East Anglia during June.
Sun lovers in Suffolk have enjoyed the hottest day of the year from home in a slightly different way as coronavirus lockdown continues.
The sun has been shining on Suffolk and north Essex in the last few days - and tomorrow is expected to be even sunnier with the hottest day of the year so far predicted.
Missed seeing the International Space Station (ISS) over Suffolk this weekend? You’re not too late, as there will be many more chances to see it this month.
Suffolk is set to bask in the sunshine this week - with Wednesday set to be the hottest day of the year so far.
If you look to the skies late tonight or tomorrow, you might see the International Space Station (ISS) passing overhead.
It may be sunny this morning with temperatures of 20C expected in some parts of Suffolk and north Essex – but rainy and windy weather is on the way.
People looking to Suffolk’s skies during today’s bright sunshine might have noticed something a little more unusual - with a striking halo ring seen around the sun.
After a sunny start for most of the region on Thursday morning, forecasters are warning of heavy shower, thunder and lightning to end the day.