Temperatures could reach 17C next weekend in East Anglia

Sheringham beach in the spring sunshine. Picture: Elizabeth Conway

Sheringham beach in the spring sunshine. Picture: Elizabeth Conway - Credit: Elizabeth conway

The cold weather may have finally left us by Saturday as temperatures could reach 17C.

Meteorologist and Weatherquest's Dan Holley tweeted earlier today that the East Anglia region would start to experience warmer temperatures by next Saturday (April 8).

He also warned that there will be some rain/showers during the first half of the week, but that the outlook is somewhat drier from Thursday onwards.

The news comes after flood warnings were put in place this weekend following the persistent rain across the area. Earlier this year, The Beast from the East also battered our region leaving many towns and villages cut-off.

It seems Spring may finally be upon us though, according to Mr Holley's latest predictions.


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