Flooded Field

Chantries Hills in the background

17-Jan-10 • rootebeete on Flickr

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St Martha-on-the-Hill

17-Jan-10 • rootebeete on Flickr

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29-Sep-10 • Moon Brain on Flickr

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29-Sep-10 • Moon Brain on Flickr

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29-Sep-10 • Moon Brain on Flickr

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Guildford via Chantries Hill Circular walk

Chantries Hill and the North Downs Way to St Marthas Church (viewpoint). Albery for lunch, returning via mixed woods and the tranquil Wey navigation to Guildford.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Guildford


Cloudy, some showers this evening. Outbreaks of rain during Monday.

This Evening and Tonight:

Cloudy this evening with a few isolated showers moving away eastwards. Dry after the showers clear with broken cloud and some mist or fog patches. Minimum Temperature 7C.


Dry at first with mist and fog lifting. Becoming cloudier during the morning with rain spreading across all parts through the afternoon. Becoming dry with clear periods overnight. Maximum Temperature 12C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Sunny to start on Tuesday before cloud gradually increases later. Breezy and dry on Wednesday with good spells of sunshine. Dry, bright and mild on Thursday.

Day 6 to 15

Friday is likely to be mild but breezy across the UK with many places dry and sunny. The southeast may see some early mist and fog, but also the best of the sunshine and very mild in places. The far northwest could see some rain and stronger winds; generally cloudier, more changeable here. This northwest-southeast split in conditions is likely to be maintained through the weekend and into next week. Any spells of rain from the northwest will tend to weaken as it moves southeast, bringing cloudier spells. Dry, settled conditions are likely to dominate through the end of February away from the far northwest; overnight frosts are possible. By early March we are more likely to see Atlantic fronts crossing the UK bringing stronger winds and rain at times.

Day 16 to 30

By early March there are signals for Atlantic fronts crossing the UK, bringing a mixture of wet and windy weather to many parts, but also intermittent drier spells. Snow remains possible over higher ground in the north. There are weaker signals for snow to lower levels elsewhere should a cold easterly develop; this remains a small possibility. However, milder conditions remain more likely, although occasional overnight frosts remain possible.

Met Office : SE : 2019-02-17T13:11:58