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Local Forecast

Issued from the Essex Weather Centre
at 05:16 on Tuesday, 24th October 2017


A cloudy start, perhaps with the odd spot of drizzle. However, these should ease away during the morning with one or two brighter spells developing. Despite the breeze, it will feel quite warm.

Maximum temperature: 19 deg C
Wind: South-West 16 mph, gusting 29 mph

Tuesday Night

Remaining mostly dry and mild overnight with largely cloudy skies and just a few clear spells. Light rain or drizzle could arrive into parts of Essex by dawn.

Minimum temperature: 14 deg C
Wind: South-West 15 mph, gusting 28 mph


Starting cloudy with patchy rain and drizzle, before gradually easing. Whilst brighter spells could then develop, cloudier skies are likely to persist in most places.

Maximum temperature: 18 deg C
Wind: South-West 10 mph, gusting 22 mph

Thursday to Saturday

Rather cloudy to start on Thursday with light rain, but also brighter spells. Drier and sunnier on Friday, but becoming cooler. A cold start on Saturday with sunny spells and turning breezy later.

Sunrise: 07:37 | Sunset: 17:46

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