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Local Forecast

Issued from the Essex Weather Centre
at 15:35 on Wednesday, 23rd August 2017

Wednesday Night

Any evening cloud will disperse with long clear spells developing allowing rural mist patches to form. Light South-Westerly winds.

Minimum temperature: 12 deg C
Wind: South-West 7 mph, gusting 14 mph


Clear blue skies to start, then cloud will develop, though all parts will be dry with sunny spells. Turning quite breezy at times.

Maximum temperature: 21 deg C
Wind: South-West 12 mph, gusting 22 mph

UV Level: 5 | Pollen Level: 4 | Air Pollution: 4

Friday to Monday

Mainly dry with sunny spells on Friday. More cloud on Saturday and Sunday with isolated, perhaps thundery showers developing. Mostly dry on Monday. Generally warm inland, but cooler along the Essex Coastline and beaches.

Sunrise: 05:55 | Sunset: 20:06

Forecast Information

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