Warm weather set to continue with possible highs of 27C
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The warm weather is set to continue over the coming days - and we could see highs of 27C across Suffolk.
However, those looking for a heatwave will be disappointed as it has been confirmed that it is very unlikely to happen in the region.
A heatwave is when the temperatures exceed 27C for three continuous days during the day time.
Although there will be no heatwave across Suffolk, temperatures are expected to be 5% higher than average for this time of year.
A spokesperson for Weatherquest, the East Anglian-based forecasters, said: "It does not really get anywhere near the threshold, but it might get close to the temperature for one day.
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"The temperatures might reach the 27C tomorrow, and it will likely be in Santon Downham, but that will just be for the one day as it is expected to be cooler on Thursday."
It is expected to get warmer again over the weekend with some Santon Downham expected to reach 26/27C for two days.
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