Weather forecast - Sunday 4 October 2015
Feels Like: 14°C
Feels Like: 16°C
Feels Like: 11°C
Feels Like: 12°C
wind gusts 22.2 mph
The sun will be present all day with some high flying clouds .
12°C / 19°C
15°C / 18°C
12°C / 15°C
7°C / 16°C
8°C / 16°C
9°C / 16°C
9°C / 14°C
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Colchester, situated in the county of Essex is Britain's first Roman city and the oldest recorded town. It experiences a continental climate with cold winters and warm summers and plenty of sunshine year round. It also has the country's lowest rainfall. This weather makes it ideal to grow roses and strawberries and some of the best English wine is made here. Average maximum summer temperatures are around 22°C and average minimum temperatures are around 12°C. The highest recorded temperature was 35°C in August 2003. Average minimum winter temperatures are 1°C and average maximum temperatures are 6°C.
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Found in Essex in East England, Colchester is a historic town that has a population of 104,390. It is the oldest recorded town in Britain with roots dating back to Celtic times. Popular attractions include the Colchester Castle and its museum, Hollytrees Museum, and the Colchester Zoo. Colchester has an oceanic climate and is found in one of the driest areas of the UK. It has an annual precipitation of only 635mm. The average high temperatures in summer are around 23°C. In winter, highs are about 7°C with lows being around 2°C.