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Statisticians work out day when worst weather is likely to be felt in Suffolk




The height of winter cold is yet to fall on Suffolk, according to weather trends of the past 30 years.

Statisticians have worked out February 3, next Wednesday, to be the day that will most likely see cold and wet weather - with average temperatures of 2°C.

This ranks Suffolk about average for UK counties as does the mean rainfall of 35mm.

More snow on the way? This was the view of Bury St Edmunds in December - as taken by our reader Laura.
More snow on the way? This was the view of Bury St Edmunds in December - as taken by our reader Laura.

However, this is different to the weather forecast for this week - which has predicted rain, but warmer temperatures approaching 8°C for Wednesday.

A spokesman for InternalWallPanels, the firm who put the statistics together, said: "The good news is that things can surely only get better from this point.

"The weather begins to warm up, the sun stays out for longer and with a bit of luck lockdown measures start to ease.

For the full survey, visit: www.internalwallpanels.com/blogpost/most-miserable-day-in-the-year-2021.html

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