High Weald Landscape Trail

Gentle east west traverse of the Sussex and Kent Weald's rolling hills via forests, heathland, streams and small hamlets

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Horsham

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Showers, especially southern counties. Drier and brighter further north.


A cloudy start to the day with widespread, locally heavy or thundery showers. During the morning these showers will become largely confined to southern coastal counties and most parts further north will have a dry afternoon with bright periods. Maximum Temperature 10C.


Cloud will thicken this evening with further showers affecting the region overnight. Any clear drier spells may be short-lived. Breezy, especially near the south coast. Minimum Temperature 5C.


Variable amounts of cloud on Thursday with some clear or sunny spells as well as the odd shower. Breezy everywhere and quite windy along the south coast. Maximum Temperature 10C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Heavy rain and strong winds at first on Friday, clearing to showers. Strong winds on Saturday with showers clearing. Cloudy with long periods of rain on Sunday, heavy at times.

Day 6 to 15

Sunday will see a band of cloud and rain move northeastwards, followed by a mixture of sunny spells and further organised bands of rain or heavy showers. It'll be windy too, especially towards the coasts in the south and west. Temperatures will tend to stay mild for the time of year. The north and west is likely to stay rather wet and windy on Christmas Eve, with the rest of the UK looking drier. For Christmas Day itself, it may be drier, brighter and colder for most, followed by some rain later. As we head towards the New Year, dry cold and bright weather becomes more likely, with any weather systems becoming increasingly confined to the north or northeast.

Day 16 to 30

Through the first half of January, there is an increasing likelihood that colder weather may begin to dominate with a greater chance of seeing east or northeasterly winds. Should this occur, then wintry conditions are possible in eastern, southern and central areas with western parts of the UK staying relatively drier. Though should any Atlantic frontal systems try to make inroads western areas could also see some snow. Although signals suggest that a cold spell is the most likely scenario in early January, the extent and longevity of the cold weather is uncertain. Wet, windy and mild weather may still be possible at times.

Met Office : SE : 2018-12-19T07:50:40