Norfolk and Suffolk enjoy weekend of warm weather

Sea Palling. Picture: Anthony Kelly.

Sea Palling. Picture: Anthony Kelly. - Credit: Archant

Warm sunshine has brought people out in their droves across Norfolk and Suffolk this weekend as temperatures have hit 20 degrees.

Visitors have flocked to beaches, parks and beauty spots to make the most of the bright skies on the final days of the Easter holidays, and businesses and attractions have also welcomed the above average temperatures with many recording their busiest days of the year so far.

And the warm temperatures are expected to continue as forecasters are predicting mild weather throughout next week, but warn it will be accompanied by rain.

Phil Garner, a forecaster with UEA-based Weatherquest, said today (Sunday) had been the warmest day of the year so far with the region enjoying temperatures 'well above' the average of 12 - 13 degrees.

'Spring is here firmly,' he added.


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