Santon Downham Records The Hottest Temperature In Suffolk – United Kingdom

On Saturday, a village in Suffolk was among the hottest areas in the UK as the nation enjoyed its warmest day of the year thus far. 

According to East Anglia-based weather experts Weatherquest, Santon Downham, which is on the boundary of Suffolk and Norfolk, saw peak temperatures of 29 degrees. 

Woburn in Bedfordshire, where temperatures reached 29.6C, was the hottest location in East Anglia. Cavendish in Suffolk and Marham in Norfolk all had temperatures of 29 degrees.

The Met Office said that Chertsey in Surrey had the highest temperature in the nation, hitting 32.2C.

In Suffolk, the warm weather is anticipated to last into the next week.

For the majority of the week, Ipswich is likely to experience clear, blue skies with highs of 26 degrees. 

The hottest day will probably be Monday when Bury St. Edmunds expects to see temperatures as high as 28 degrees. Thunderstorms could, however, occur in the afternoon. 

With Felixstowe seeing average temperatures of about 22 degrees, it will be a little cooler towards the seaside. 

Norwich and Downham Market in Norfolk will see highs of 27 and 28 degrees, respectively.

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