River Wey Navigation : Webridge to Godalming

Riverside path - 2 stretches of picturesque open countryside seperated by historic Guildford

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Hiking Weather


Met Office Forecast

South East England

Rather cold, with sunshine and blustery showers.


Rather cold and windy, with some sunshine, especially during the morning. Blustery showers should develop later, with these likely to be heavy at times, perhaps with local hail and thunder. Maximum Temperature 10C.


Heavy showers continuing for a time during the evening. Becoming drier, clearer and colder into second half of the night, with a slight frost possible as winds ease. Minimum Temperature 0C.


A cold but fine start with some sunshine. Becoming cloudier and windier into the afternoon, with further rain spreading eastwards. Much milder overnight. Maximum Temperature 10C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Remaining unsettled and windy throughout. Probably wettest on Thursday, with Friday drier but colder and on the cloudy side. Remaining rather cloudy with a little rain possible on Saturday.

Day 6-7 and Week 2:

Unsettled and often windy conditions are expected to continue with areas of rain moving east across the UK interspersed with brighter, showery interludes. Rain is likely to be heaviest across western and especially northwestern areas with the driest and brightest weather across the east and southeast. Hail and thunder are also possible in the showery interludes with snow at times over northern hills. Temperatures will generally vary between near normal and mild as weather systems cross the country. Some brief quieter, colder spells are also possible later in the period, with the best of the dry weather away from the far northwest. These periods may also bring some overnight frost and patchy fog in places.

Week 3 and 4:

A continuation of the unsettled weather is expected at first, with spells of rain and strong winds broken by brighter but showery conditions. The heaviest rain and strongest winds are expected in the northwest, with drier conditions expected in southern and eastern parts. It will perhaps become more generally settled throughout the UK by the middle of March, with more prolonged dry spells, particularly in the south and east, with wetter conditions more likely to be confined to the northwest. Temperatures are expected to stay above average, with any cold interludes fairly brief.

Met Office : South East England : 2020-02-18T01:04:52