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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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Bright start in the east. Generally turning cloudy and wet.

Today:

Sunday will begin bright in the east. However, Cornwall and west Devon will see patchy rain, and thickening cloud and rain will gradually spread eastwards to all parts during the day. Some of the rain will turn heavy. Maximum Temperature 19C.

Tonight:

A cloudy start with some rain, especially in the east. Eastern parts are likely to stay damp with hill fog overnight. Turning clearer with fog patches in the west. Minimum Temperature 13C.

Monday:

Eastern parts will begin cloudy and damp. Rain should become light and patchy, with some brightness developing later. Further west early fog will clear to leave a generally brighter day. Maximum Temperature 19C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Tuesday will be mostly dry and bright. It will turn windy on Wednesday with rain spreading from the west. Thursday looks mostly dry and bright, but fresher.

Day 6 to 15

Thursday will be a changeable day as a band of rain, locally heavy, pushes east across the country, with the wet weather accompanied by strengthening winds. Brighter, fresher but showery conditions will follow from the west. Showers will be heaviest and most frequent in the northwest whilst it remains drier towards the southeast. Further wind and rain is likely to reach western areas by the end of the week and towards the weekend. From next weekend, it is likely to turn increasing unsettled for all with spells of rain, locally heavy, spreading east. It will be windy with the risk of gales in places, particularly across coastal areas. Temperatures will be around average for the time of year.

Day 16 to 30

More unsettled weather will continue across the country by the second week in October, most especially in the north and west. This will bring an increased likelihood of gales or severe gales as well as heavier rain across many parts. By mid October, confidence in the forecast reduces, however it may remain generally unsettled with occasional drier and brighter spells, particularly in the east and southeast. On the whole, temperatures will be close to or slightly warmer than normal, but in any settled spells there could be chilly nights, with an increased risk of mist, fog and frost, especially in the north.

Met Office : SW : 2017-09-24T06:06:46