Unsettled weather is expected to continue this week as Suffolk awaits the arrival of sunnier spells.

Heavy showers and thunderstorms hit the county over the weekend with more showers predicted to fall this week. 

It comes after temperatures soared into the high 20s at the end of June.

The Met Office predicts there will be cloud and outbreaks of rain spreading erratically northwards on Monday night and into Tuesday morning. 

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The rain will gradually clear later in to Tuesday but there could be thundery showers into the afternoon, making it feel warm and humid with temperatures as high as 20C. 

From Wednesday until Friday, the weather is forecast to remain unsettled with sunny spells and showers. 

A spokesman for the Met Office said: "Into the weekend conditions will mostly cool to average with some showers at times. 

"The first part of the new week is likely to see mostly showery westerly breeze establish allowing temperatures to recover to around or just above average, feeling warm in sunnier periods outside of heavy showers and thunderstorms."