Weather forecast - Wednesday 12 March 2014
Feels Like: 7°C
Feels Like: 13°C
Feels Like: 6°C
Feels Like: 3°C
wind gusts 16.8 mph
The sun will be shining all morning. The sun will be dominant in the second half of the day with very few high flying clouds .
1°C / 15°C
3°C / 12°C
7°C / 13°C
7°C / 16°C
8°C / 14°C
6°C / 14°C
7°C / 11°C
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Ipswich, situated in the county of Suffolk in East Anglia, is one of England's oldest towns. It has a maritime climate with a narrow temperature range. July and August are the warmest months of the year with a maximum temperature of 23°C and a minimum temperature of around 11°C. Winters are mild with minimum temperatures of around 1°C and maximum temperatures of 7°C. As with most of East Anglia, it has low rainfall with on average, 569 mm of precipitation per year.
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Found on the estuary of the River Orwell in Suffolk County in the East of England, Ipswich has a population of 133,384. As one of England’s oldest towns, Ipswich played an important role under the Roman Empire and during Anglo-Saxon times. Today, it is home to a number of artists and galleries as well as the Ipswich Museum and the Ipswich Transport Museum. The town has an oceanic climate like most of England. Rainfall is spread throughout the year with an annual precipitation of 570mm. The average high temperatures in summer are around 20 to 23°C. In winter, the average high is around 7°C with night time temperatures close to 0°C.