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MET OFFICE WARNING ISSUED

Local Forecast

Issued from the Essex Weather Centre
at 05:43 BST on Saturday, 21st July 2018

Saturday

Very warm with variable amounts of cloud, but also sunny spells. Residual overnight showers will mostly die away, then dry for a time before afternoon showers develop. Cooler along the Essex coast and beaches with sea-breezes developing.

Maximum temperature: 27 deg C
Wind: North-West 5 mph, gusting 10 mph

UV Level: 6 (High) | Pollen Level: 2 (Low)

Saturday Night

Any isolated, possibly heavy showers around at first will fade away overnight. Then as clear spells develop so could patchy mist and fog.

Minimum temperature: 15 deg C
Wind: North-West 5 mph, gusting 9 mph

Sunday

Any early patchy mist or fog will soon clear to leave a mainly dry and very warm or hot day. However, isolated showers may develop.

Maximum temperature: 28 deg C
Wind: North-West 7 mph, gusting 16 mph

UV Level: 6 (High) | Pollen Level: 2 (Low)

Monday to Wednesday

Sunny spells and a chance of showers each day, these especially on Wednesday with heavy and thundery showers possibly developing. Very warm or hot, also feeling humid.

Sunrise: 05:05 | Sunset: 21:04



Forecast Information

Our written short range forecasts are updated throughout the day by our team of meteorologists and include the latest output from the Met Office UKV and Euro4 numerical weather prediction models. These kilometre-scale forecasting models produce significantly improved forecasts and pinpoint features such as thunderstorms and snow.

A graphical outlook for the next six days is shown and is based upon the latest run of the ECMWF computer model. Updated daily, this forecast provides a view of expected weather conditions including predicted temperature, wind speed and rainfall amounts.

Chief Forecaster
Brentwood