On the escarpment after lunch

Chilham Circular walk

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Mill on the Great Stour

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Great Stour at Chilham

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Chilham Castle from Julliberrie Downs

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Move along now!

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White blob fungus

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Eggringe Wood

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Chilham Circular walk

A climb into the Kentish Downs and a descent to two historic houses.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Chilham

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A cloudy start for most, bright or sunny intervals later.

Today:

A cloudy start with some mist or fog patches, with clearer skies in the far southeast. The brighter conditions will spread slowly to all parts through the morning, with some warm sunny spells possible by the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 21C.

Tonight:

Dry and mainly clear for many and feeling relatively mild. Some thin cloud will develop through the night, but where skies stay clear isolated mist or fog patches could form. Minimum Temperature 8C.

Wednesday:

A dry start with brighter spells after any mist or fog clears. Thicker cloud and patchy rain spreading slowly southwards, although parts of Kent should see a pleasant day throughout. Maximum Temperature 16C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Thursday will be dry and fine but perhaps a little breezy towards the coast. Dry and bright on Friday and Saturday but with fog patches developing overnight.

Day 6 to 15

This weekend will slowly become more changeable across the country. Southern and many central areas will start dry with sunny periods after early fog clear. Northern areas will be more cloudy with outbreaks of rain and strong winds. The rain may move southwards through the weekend, turning lighter towards the southeast. Brighter and showery conditions will follow behind. Thereafter, it is likely to stay changeable with periods of wet and windy weather interspersed with brighter and showery spells. The heaviest rain is likely in the north, where there's a risk of gales. Generally drier and brighter in the south, particularly in central and southwestern areas. Temperatures varying around average, but becoming rather cold later with an increasing risk of overnight frosts.

Day 16 to 30

By the end of October and into early November weather systems may become slow moving at times. This will lead to the risk of longer unsettled spells and, conversely, the chance of longer settled spells. Western and northwestern areas will probably see the wettest and windiest conditions, with the south and east often drier and brighter, although still with some rain at times too. During any generally settled and drier spells of weather there is an increasing risk of overnight frost and fog, especially in the north of the UK. On the whole temperatures are likely to be rather cold, but some brief milder spells are also possible.

Met Office : SE : 2018-10-16T02:08:53