23 Jan 2020 -

Chief Forecaster

Local Weather Forecast

Issued from the Essex Weather Centre
at 05:39 GMT on Thursday, 23rd January 2020


Overcast with intermittent drizzle and patches of mist or fog, some of these persisting into the afternoon. Any brighter spells are most likely this afternoon, but will be relatively short-lived.

Maximum temperature: 9 deg C
Wind: North-East 3 mph, gusting 5 mph

Thursday Night

Cloudy this evening and overnight with further mist or fog patches and some spots of drizzle. Feeling chilly.

Minimum temperature: 5 deg C
Wind: North-West 2 mph, gusting 5 mph


Overnight mist or fog patches slow to clear on a mainly overcast day. Limited brighter spells are possible, these most likely during the afternoon.

Maximum temperature: 8 deg C
Wind: South-West 5 mph, gusting 10 mph

Saturday to Monday

Cloudy on Saturday with isolated fog patches at first and some drizzle. Breezier on Sunday with outbreaks of rain. Blustery showers on Monday then windy with further rain, heavy at times.

Sunrise: 07:50 | Sunset: 16:30

Forecast Information

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