Thousands of fans with tickets to the Ed Sheeran concerts at Chantry Park over the Bank Holiday weekend are wondering what the weather has in store for them.
The skies over Suffolk will again light up tonight as another lightning storm is predicted to hit.
Yesterday the hottest temperature in the whole country was recorded in Suffolk and today it is expected to be even hotter.
As temperatures rocket across Suffolk and Essex, the RSPCA is warning dog lovers not to take their pets out in the heat.
The region is braced for both sky-high temperatures and lightning strikes as experts forecast a cocktail of extreme weather.
The school summer holidays are kicking off with a scorcher - with a week of hot weather coming to Suffolk and Essex.
After scorching sunshine and fantastic weather for Ipswich Music Day, there are overcast skies and sharp showers expected in Suffolk this week.
With temperatures set to top 30C this weekend in Suffolk and Essex, parkrunners will need to take a little more care than usual.
Suffolk was hit by thunderstorms last night - but scorching weather could be just around the corner.