Isle of Wight Coastal Path

Chalk cliffs and channel views

Hiking Weather

Now would be a good time for a cup of tea.

Met Office Forecast

South East England

Clear and dry overnight, showers on Saturday.

This Evening and Tonight:

  • Any daytime showers in northernmost parts will soon fade away this evening to leave a dry night, with clear skies developing for many.
  • Breezy during the early hours of the morning as thicker cloud approaches from the north west.
  • Minimum Temperature 10C.


  • Dry and bright at first.
  • However, a narrow band of rain will move steadily southeastwards during the day, turning more showery in the process.
  • The far southeast staying dry.
  • Breezy.
  • Maximum Temperature 23C.

Sunday to Tuesday:

  • Sunny spells and scattered showers on Sunday, locally heavy.
  • Becoming largely fine and dry, with bright or sunny spells on Monday and Tuesday.
  • Feeling warm in the sunshine.
  • Light winds.

UK Day 6-7 and week 2

  • High pressure will tend to dominate, bringing generally dry, settled weather for many.
  • Southern and eastern regions can expect the best of the fine and dry weather, with light winds, and it will be warm or even very warm at the start of this period.
  • The north and northwest will experience cloudier conditions with mostly light rain, though some heavier outbreaks can't be ruled out in the far northwest, with moderate or fresh winds, and near normal temperatures.
  • This generally settled regime persists for much of the remainder of the period, although cloud, showers, and some longer spells of rain may continue to affect northern areas at times.
  • Temperatures widely near or above average through this period, especially in the south and southwest where some hot spells are not impossible.

UK Week 3 and 4

  • Higher pressure is likely to continue bringing fine and settled weather throughout the rest of July, extending more widely across the UK.
  • However, we may see some less settled weather for a time at the start of this period.
  • Temperatures will be near or above normal, becoming warmer throughout July.
  • We may see some very warm or hot temperatures, especially across the south.

Met Office : South East England : 2022-07-01T14:49:32