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Local Forecast

Issued from the Essex Weather Centre
at 05:56 on Thursday, 18th January 2018


A windy start with gales and severe coastal gales easing away. A cold feeling day follows with sunny intervals, but also isolated showers, perhaps with hail or sleet.

Maximum temperature: 9 deg C
Wind: West 16 mph, gusting 45 mph

Thursday Night

A largely clear and cold night, leading to a widespread frost. Whilst the odd wintry shower cannot be ruled out, it should remain dry.

Minimum temperature: -2 deg C
Wind: South-West 9 mph, gusting 18 mph


A largely fine and dry day with frequent sunny spells expected. However, it will still feel cold with brisk winds and with one or two wintry showers.

Maximum temperature: 5 deg C
Wind: South-West 13 mph, gusting 24 mph

Saturday to Monday

A frosty start on Saturday, then sunny with brisk winds easing. Frosty again overnight, before rain spreads Eastwards on Sunday. Less cold on Monday, and rather cloudy with rain possible.

Sunrise: 07:56 | Sunset: 16:22

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