The Most Innovative Things Happening With Essex Weather Forecast Predicting Snow


SNOW is expected to hit parts of Essex tonight as the Met Office issues a yellow weather warning.

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Weather warnings have been issued for today and tomorrow, with temperatures remaining chilly across the country.

Essex Weather says the latest Met Office models still show 2-5cm for the Essex section at 10pm tonight.

Lead forecaster guidance suggests this sleet/snow area could be as much as 50 miles to the south or east.
Appears after a yellow warning for snow and ice.

The Met Office issued the alert from 9am today through 9am Monday.

Here’s the weather forecast for East Anglia for today and tomorrow.

today:

Very cold start with areas of ice fog slowly dissipating and may linger all day in some areas. Otherwise, it would eventually clear up in many places, but a mild winter storm with overcast skies in the west is unlikely. Maximum temperature 1°C.

Tonight:

A few clouds and again large areas of ice and wisps of icy fog quickly dissipated in the night. There is a risk of precipitation overnight in the southeast and east. Minimum temperature -3 °C.

Monday:

It was a cold day and eventually cleared for most, even if the initial wisps of icy fog didn’t clear up in places. It generally stays dry, but there is a risk of winter rains along the coast. Maximum temperature 2°C.

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