The canal in Bath

The canal in Bath

Bath to Bradford-upon-Avon walk

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Crossing the Dundas Aqueduct

Crossing the Dundas Aqueduct

Bath to Bradford-upon-Avon walk

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The Avon from the Dundas Aqueduct

The Avon from the Dundas Aqueduct

Bath to Bradford-upon-Avon walk

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Typical scene

Typical scene

Bath to Bradford-upon-Avon walk

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Canal bend near Avoncliff

Canal bend near Avoncliff

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Bridge near Avoncliff

Bridge near Avoncliff

Bath to Bradford-upon-Avon walk

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The Avoncliff Aqueduct

The Avoncliff Aqueduct

Bath to Bradford-upon-Avon walk

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Bradford-on-Avon to Bath walk

Follow the tranquil Kennet and Avon Canal through a pretty valley between the historic towns of Bradford-upon-Avon and Bath

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Bradford-on-Avon

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Outbreaks of rain possible this evening.

This Evening and Tonight:

There may be a few outbreaks of rain early this evening, mainly in the east, but this will ease overnight. Some clear spells will develop, but it will turn increasingly cloudy and damp in the far west towards dawn. Mild. Minimum Temperature 10C.

Tuesday:

Often cloudy with the risk of a little rain or drizzle where the cloud is thickest. Mild, but breezy, with more persistent rain likely into the evening. Maximum Temperature 15C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Rain through much of Wednesday and Thursday, heavy at times. Mild but windy too, with the risk of gales. Dry for many on Friday, though occasional showers possible later. Colder.

Day 6 to 15

Over next weekend, sunny spells and showers are likely in the north and west. Showers could be wintry in the northern half of the UK and perhaps over higher ground in central England and Wales. Central and southeastern parts will stay mainly dry and sunny. It will be windy, particularly in the far north where gales are likely. Temperatures will generally be rather cold, with some early frost, especially in the north. Showers or longer spells of rain look likely next week too, with dry brighter spells in-between. Showers could sometimes be wintry over hills in Scotland and Northern England, but they will mainly fall as rain. Drier and brighter weather is likely in the east and southeast of England. It will probably be windy, especially in the north.

Day 16 to 30

During the first three weeks of December, confidence is low as to which types of weather will predominate. Periods of wet, mild and perhaps windy weather remain likely at times but there is a chance that more settled weather will prevail across all parts, bringing some dry and bright days, but cold and frosty nights. Changes between these weather types are likely to be rather slow.

Met Office : SW : 2017-11-20T14:58:25