Field near Upper Farringdon

Field near Upper Farringdon

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May on the Chawton Round walk

May on the Chawton Round walk

22-May-04 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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The ancient yew at Farringdon Church

The ancient yew at Farringdon Church

22-May-04 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Masseys Folly

Masseys Folly

22-May-04 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Upper Farringdon

Upper Farringdon

22-May-04 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Chawton Church

Chawton Church

22-May-04 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Chawton House

Chawton House

22-May-04 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Alton Circular walk

Long but gentle walk visiting Selborne and Chawton, which inspired Jane Austen (writer) and Gilbert White (naturalist)

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Alton

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Largely fine and sunny, but also isolated showers. Feeling cold.

Today:

A windy start, with gales and severe coastal gales easing away east. A cold feeling day follows, with sunny intervals, but also isolated showers possible, perhaps with hail or sleet. Remaining breezy along the English Channel coast. Maximum Temperature 11C.

Tonight:

A largely clear and cold night, leading to a widespread frost. Whilst the odd shower cannot be completely ruled it should remain dry. Minimum Temperature -1C.

Friday:

A largely fine, dry day, with frequent sunny spells expected. However it will still feel cold, with brisk winds and with one or two rain or hail showers also possible. Maximum Temperature 5C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Frosty start Saturday, then sunny with brisk winds easing. Frosty again overnight, before rain spreads east Sunday, preceded by some snow. Less cold Monday, and rather cloudy, with rain possible.

Day 6 to 15

Mainly dry and bright on Monday, although cloudier for southwestern parts later on Monday leading to a risk of rain and strong winds in the southwest by Tuesday. The latter half of the working week will see some rather unsettled weather with a rain band moving eastward on Wednesday followed by showers. Showers are likely to turn wintry in the north of the UK. There will be milder temperatures in the south on Wednesday, otherwise this period sees temperatures around average with limited overnight frosts. There remains quite a lot of uncertainty as we head into late January but the UK is likely to see a mixture of short-lived spells of rain and showers, with snow possible for some, followed by periods of colder, drier weather. Temperatures fluctuating around average.

Day 16 to 30

There is low confidence in the UK's weather through the first half of February. However, it is likely to be characterised by a mixture of short-lived spells of unsettled weather interspersed by showery periods and longer periods of more settled and drier weather. The unsettled spells will bring cloud and rain to parts of the UK and the showery periods may give snow in the north, especially over high ground. During the settled spells, it is likely to be cold with overnight frost and fog. Temperatures during this period will fluctuate around the average for the time of year.

Met Office : SE : 2018-01-18T03:50:27