Waltham Abbey Weather Forecast

Waltham Abbey Weather Forecast

Our Waltham Abbey forecast page details local weather conditions for today, tonight, and tomorrow from our team of forecasters at Essex Weather. Access to rainfall radar and lightning maps are shown towards the bottom of the page.

An extended long-range weather forecast covering the next 7, 10, and 30-day period is available on our month ahead forecast page.


Short Range Forecast

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Medium Range Forecast


Daily Weather Outlook


Severe Weather Warnings


Flood Warnings and Alerts

Flood Warnings and Alerts

The link below shows all current flood alerts, flood warnings and severe flood warnings issued for Essex by the Environment Agency.


Weather and Health

Pollen Forecast

A five-day national and regional pollen forecast is available from the Met Office with expertise from the University of Worcester.

Pollution Forecast

A five-day national and local pollution forecast is available from the Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs.

Heat-Health Alert

The Heat-Health Alert service operates from 1st June to 15th September each year, in association with UK Health Security Agency.


Radar and Lightning Maps

Rainfall Radar

The link below shows animated rainfall radar images at 5-minute intervals of Waltham Abbey and the rest of Essex over the past 90 minutes.

Different colours indicate how heavy precipitation is that is falling to the ground. For example, areas of yellow and orange show heavy rainfall (or snowfall in winter). Thunderstorms are often indicated by red or pink colours.

Lightning Maps

The link below enables weather observers to track thunderstorms in and around southeast England and the near Continent.

The lightning data is shown on a map in real-time, but depending on server load (especially during severe weather outbreaks), there may be a delay between 3 and 10 seconds before each new strike appears.


Weather In Waltham Abbey

Our forecasters update the written short-range and medium-range weather forecasts throughout the day. They include the latest output from the Met Office UKV and ECMWF numerical weather prediction models. These kilometre-scale forecasting models produce significantly improved weather forecasts and pinpoint features such as thunderstorms, fog, and snow.

A graphical weather outlook for the next four days is presented for Waltham Abbey and is based upon the latest run of the ECMWF computer model. Updated twice daily, this forecast provides a view of expected daily weather conditions for the Waltham Abbey area, including predicted minimum and maximum temperatures.


Waltham Abbey Weather History

Windy weather on 16th-17th September 1935 was so severe that telephone lines around the county were blown down, and in Waltham, a young man was sadly killed when he was blown off of his bicycle into the path of a tram. On 29th July 1987, the wet weather sent a deluge that caused Cobbins Brook to rise 6 feet in just half an hour, destroying rape seed crops in surrounding fields. Police in Waltham Abbey, who were patrolling despite the weather, had to make use of dinghies hired from Thames River Police. Cobbins Brook is particularly liable to flooding when the weather is exceptionally wet, and it did so, without warning, in November 2000. Broomstick Road was underwater, and residents were angry that there had been almost no warning.


Important: Whilst we provide a comprehensive daily weather forecast service for Essex, we urge visitors to check the Met Office website today for any severe weather warnings and the Environment Agency website for any flood warnings that may affect Waltham Abbey and the surrounding areas.

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