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Dual language sign to Pooh Bridge

12-Jun-10 • Sean O'Neill

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Rape fields, Medway valley

29-Jun-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Pooh Bridge, Ashdown Forest

29-Jun-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Oast houses, Summerford Farm

29-Jun-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Ashurst to Hartfield

13-Jun-08 • moontiger on Flickr

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Ashurst to Hartfield

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Ashurst to Hartfield

13-Jun-08 • moontiger on Flickr

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Ashurst Circular walk

A walk via Pooh Bridge to the attractive Wealden village of Hartfield, with a longer option over the elevated heathland of Ashdown Forest.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Ashurst

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Morning rain and showers dying out. Some sunny spells developing.

Today:

Misty start in places with some morning showers, possibly heavy. Turning drier and mostly brighter with some afternoon sunny spells and becoming very warm. Thundery showers are likely to spread from the south by evening, with torrential downpours in places. Maximum Temperature 26C.

Tonight:

Heavy showers and thunderstorms affecting a number of areas with torrential rain, local hail and accompanied by gusty winds. Drier conditions developing by dawn. A warm and muggy night. Minimum Temperature 15C.

Sunday:

On Sunday further thundery rain and showers. Some areas staying dry with sunny spells and becoming locally hot. The heaviest thundery showers most likely during the afternoon and evening. Maximum Temperature 28C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Often very warm or locally hot by afternoon with sunny spells. Some heavy, thundery showers are expected, occasionally torrential, perhaps more especially during Tuesday.

Day 6 to 15

Through the middle part of next week, there will be a good deal of dry, fine and sunny weather across the UK. Mist and low cloud will probably be less extensive across eastern coastal districts. There is also a risk of scattered thunderstorms across central and southern areas. It will stay very warm for most. For the rest of the period, there will be more fine and dry weather to come, with the best of the sunshine in the north and west. There is a continued threat of thundery showers, mainly across central and southern areas, and the far west could see cloud and rain at times. After a very warm start, temperatures are likely to fall but probably staying slightly above average.

Day 16 to 30

Confidence remains low through June, however there are signs that it may become more widely changeable across the UK. This will bring more frequent spells of rain or showers. However there are likely to be drier and more settled periods for most areas too, particularly from mid June onwards. Temperatures are likely to be near or slightly above average on the whole, with the potential for some warmer spells, more probable towards the end of the period.

Met Office : SE : 2018-05-26T03:27:54