What will the weather be like for firework displays this weekend?

PUBLISHED: 15:29 30 October 2019 | UPDATED: 15:29 30 October 2019

Will the weather stay dry and mild for fireworks displays over the weekend?  Picture: ARCHANT

Will the weather stay dry and mild for fireworks displays over the weekend? Picture: ARCHANT


Thousands of people will head out to watch fireworks displays across Suffolk and north Essex over the weekend – but will the heavens open or will it stay dry?

Adam Drury, a forecaster for Weatherquest, predicts that some wind and showers are likely in parts of Suffolk and north Essex over the weekend - with Sunday seeing stronger winds from the south West.

So what's in store?

Friday, November 1

Adam said: "Friday morning looks set to be cloudy with some rain around, and the odd shower could creep in as we head into the afternoon.

"There will be a bit of a breeze in the evening, but nothing looks to be too strong at the moment, with lows of 11C and highs of 13/14C."

Saturday, November 2

Adam says the weather is predicted to stay mild and dry in comparison to recent weeks, with a bit of breeze around in the early hours.

He added: "Saturday has the potential to have a slight breeze, with temperatures of 12/13C in the evening."

Sunday, November 3

There is a possibility of stronger winds throughout Sunday, according to the Met Office.

Adam Drury from Weatherquest also believes that Sunday has the "potential to be quite windy and rainy".

He added: "Sunday will be one to watch nearer the time, as there could be stronger winds coming from the south west."

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