19 Nov 2018 -

Chief Forecaster

Local Weather Forecast

Issued from the Essex Weather Centre
at 05:32 GMT on Monday, 19th November 2018

Monday

A mixture of bright spells and scattered showers. It will feel cold due to the strong North-Easterly wind, particularly near the Essex coast.

Maximum temperature: 8 deg C
Wind: North-East 15 mph, gusting 28 mph

Monday Night

Some clear spells overnight, particularly inland, otherwise it will be rather cloudy with further showers. It will continue to feel cold in the brisk North-Easterly wind.

Minimum temperature: 3 deg C
Wind: North-East 14 mph, gusting 26 mph

Tuesday

Remaining cold with further showers, potentially turning to sleet or wet snow in places. Brisk winds easing by the evening. Frost forming overnight with the risk of icy patches.

Maximum temperature: 4 deg C
Wind: North-East 15 mph, gusting 28 mph

Wednesday to Friday

The odd shower still possible, but generally it will be drier and brighter. Still feeling cold with overnight frosts, but perhaps becoming slightly milder on Friday.

Sunrise: 07:23 | Sunset: 16:03


Forecast Information

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