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Thursday Fri 22 Sat 23 Sun 24 Mon 25 Tue 26
17 °c
18 °c | 10 °c
18 °c | 7 °c
18 °c | 6 °c
16 °c | 11 °c
19 °c | 12 °c
SW 13 mph
NW 12 mph
NW 12 mph
SW 8 mph
SW 13 mph
SW 12 mph
0 mm
0 mm
0 mm
0 mm
15 mm
3 mm

short range forecast

It will be a bright but chilly start for many this morning with unbroken spells of sunshine. Increasing cloud and some showers are set to pass through the district early afternoon, but there should still be plenty of dry weather around. Maximum temperature 17 degrees Celsius.

Rainfall Risk: 35 % | Rainfall Amount: 0-1 mm | Lightning Risk: Low | Sunrise: 5.52 am

Pollen and Spore Level: 1 (Low) | UV Level: 4 (Moderate) | Pollution Level: 2 (Low)

Thursday Night
Large amounts of cloud and some showers are likely to develop overnight before clearer conditions spread in from the North by dawn. Less chilly than recent nights. Minimum temperature 10 degrees Celsius.

Rainfall Risk: 60 % | Rainfall Amount: 0-1 mm | Lightning Risk: Low | Sunset: 8.08 pm

It is set to be a largely fine and dry end to the week with a fair amount of sunny spells, however it will still be slightly cooler than average for the time of year. Maximum temperature 18 degrees Celsius.

Rainfall Risk: 20 % | Rainfall Amount: 0 mm | Lightning Risk: Low | Sunrise: 5.54 am

Pollen and Spore Level: 1 (Low) | UV Level: 5 (Moderate) | Pollution Level: 1 (Low)

Saturday to Monday
Saturday rather cool with sunshine and showers. Sunday largely fine and dry, perhaps turning cloudy later. Monday turning unsettled with wet and windy weather expected.

Issued at: 0449Z on Thu 21 Aug 2014

> Day 6 to 15 and Day 16 to 30 forecast

chief forecasters commentary

Sunny periods this morning, but cloud will build bringing a few isolated showers. Feeling rather cool once again in light to moderate South-Westerly winds.

Bank Holiday Monday is expected to be wet and windy on latest model data. Still time for change and updates will appear on our Twitter feed over the next couple of days.

Updated at: 0500Z on Thu 21 Aug 2014

three hourly intervals for today

Thursday 21st August
Wind Dir
Wind Speed
Max Gust
7 °c
3 mph
9 mph
12 °c
8 mph
16 mph
16 °c
12 mph
23 mph
17 °c
14 mph
24 mph
16 °c
13 mph
23 mph
13 °c
9 mph
18 mph

faq and commercial use

A graphical weather outlook for today and the next 5 days is presented for Billericay and is based upon the latest run of the ECM computer model. Updated twice daily, this forecast provides a detailed view of expected daily weather conditions for the Billericay area including predicted temperature, wind speed and rainfall amounts.

Our written short range and three hourly interval forecasts are updated throughout the day by our team of meteorologists and include the latest output from the Met Office UKV and Euro4 numerical weather prediction models. These kilometre-scale forecasting models produce significantly improved weather forecasts and pinpoint features such as thunderstorms, fog and snow.

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