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Temperatures to reach maximum of 13C this weekend

PUBLISHED: 07:58 22 September 2018 | UPDATED: 08:00 22 September 2018

First day of meteorological autumn. PHOTO: Jo Clarke

First day of meteorological autumn. PHOTO: Jo Clarke

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Summer is seriously over, as the Met Office announces temperatures in the east of England will reach a maximum of 13C this weekend.

While Saturday is due to start brightly with sunny spells, cloud will be increasing throughout the day, with light and patchy rain forecast for this afternoon.

The Met Office said that Saturday would be ‘feeling chilly’.

Dan Holley, of Norwich based weather station Weatherquest said: “As high pressure builds into next week, the nights will turn rather chilly - could we have our first air frost in the region on Monday night? It usually occurs in early October.”

There are two yellow weather warnings in place for Sunday, one for rain from 6am until midnight, and one for wind from 9am until midnight.

However the Met Office said that heavy rain will clear away east by mid afternoon, followed by brighter conditions with scattered showers.

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