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Weather forecast
Sunday 4 March 2018

HIGH AND LOWLIGHTS FROM THE PEVENSEY BAY WEATHER SALON

8:00am
The sun is out in Pevensey Bay (just), the snow has gone. Mild compared to recent days, still cold, but there is no wind and the clouds are a mix of white and grey, almost feels like a Spring day. The birds are chirping. Perhaps we really are moving to Spring. Almost nice, the calm after the storm. We appear to have escaped the worst of Storm Emma.

Sunrise 06:38 Sunset 17:44
5C°/41°F
Sea temperature 7°C/45°F
Wind speed 6mph

REGIONAL FORECAST LONDON SOUTH EAST MET OFFICE
Icy patches are possible at first, but it will otherwise be milder than recent days. Mainly dry initially, with extensive low cloud, mist and fog patches, however rain will then spread northwards. Becoming drier and brighter again for many later. Maximum temperature 8 °C. Tonight: Becoming drier overnight, with a few rain showers gradually dying away. While less cold than recent nights, a touch of frost remains possible under clear spells, perhaps also local fog. Minimum temperature 0 °C.