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‘Lengthy summer spells’ to hit region this week as conditions creep up to 32C

PUBLISHED: 13:53 21 July 2019 | UPDATED: 14:00 21 July 2019

Beccles Lido has been extremely popular during the current hot weather.
Picture: Nick Butcher

Beccles Lido has been extremely popular during the current hot weather. Picture: Nick Butcher

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Temperatures are expected to skyrocket across Norfolk this week, as forecasters predict “lengthy sunny spells” and hot weather.

The balmy conditions are predicted to reach up 32C in parts of Norfolk by Thursday, with most of region experiencing dry conditions from tomorrow.

Phil Garner, from Norwich-based Weatherquest, said: "Monday will be dry, with lengthy spells of sunshine and feeling very warm in the afternoon. Top temperatures should be around 29 degrees."

Tuesday will be a dry, sunny and a hot day across the region, with temperatures settling at around 25C and 56pc humidity.

By Wednesday, the weather conditions will creep up to 30C and eventually peak to a maximum of 32C on Thursday, at a humidity of 51pc.


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