Essex Weather: Met Office predicts thunderstorms for Clacton and Hadleigh
It will be a noisy weekend for parts of Essex.
If you were hoping for sunny periods, you are out of luck because unfortunately it will be rubbish.
Despite the weather which has recovered slightly in recent days, Clacton and Hadleigh will be hit by thunderstorms.
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The Met Office has forecast turbulent conditions for the areas over the next few days.
In Clacton this Friday August 6, the rain will start to settle in from lunchtime with temperatures peaking at 20C.
The rain will subside around 7 p.m. before returning the next day (Saturday August 7).
Saturday morning will be cloudy, changing to thunderstorms around lunchtime.
The sun will appear every now and then, but it will rain most of the afternoon until around 7pm – not ideal for summer projects.
And it will be an equally miserable Saturday for those of us at Hadleigh.
By itself, the 19C isn’t that bad.
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It will start to rain at 10 a.m. and at 1 p.m., the ears of the inhabitants will be sore from the roars of a thunderstorm.
And like the day before in Clacton, it will rain until 7 p.m.
Currently, the Met Office has not put in place any weather warnings for Essex this weekend, but has done so for other areas like the Midlands and the north of England.
A yellow weather warning for thunderstorms is in place for these areas from Friday to Saturday.
The good news is that the Met Office’s long-term forecast calls for “above-average temperatures” to persist into the last half of August.
So just weather the storms this weekend and think about sunnier days!
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