Issued from the Essex Weather Centre
at 05:58 BST on Wednesday, 21st August 2019
Any early mist or fog patches quickly clearing to give a dry day with sunny spells, although cloud will tend to increase for a time around the middle part of the day.
Maximum temperature: 21 deg C
Wind: South-West 12 mph, gusting 21 mph
A dry evening and night across Essex with long clear spells developing. Becoming chilly in rural parts with the odd fog patch possible.
Minimum temperature: 10 deg C
Wind: South-West 7 mph, gusting 14 mph
A dry and warm day with long sunny spells, although increasingly cloudy during the evening.
Maximum temperature: 23 deg C
Wind: South-West 12 mph, gusting 20 mph
Friday to Sunday
Generally dry and settled with sunny spells, but perhaps the odd shower on Sunday. Becoming very warm into the weekend, although an onshore breeze will keep coastal districts cooler.
Sunrise: 05:52 | Sunset: 20:10
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