South Downs from Cowdray Golf Club

SWC Walk 48 Haslemere to Midhurst (via Lurgashall)

07-Jul-16 • thomasgrabow on Flickr

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Cows in River Rother, Cowdray Estate

SWC Walk 48 Haslemere to Midhurst (via Lurgashall)

07-Jul-16 • thomasgrabow on Flickr

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Haslemere to Midhurst

Book 3, Walk 48, Haslemere to Midhurst, 11/05/06

11-May-06 • MEW2005 on Flickr

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Haslemere to Midhurst

Temple view (the winds were absent). On a clear day, you can see quite a long way. 28 April '07.

28-Apr-07 • mew2005b on Flickr

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Haslemere to Midhurst

Spring Coppice, near Lurgashall, 28 April '07.

28-Apr-07 • mew2005b on Flickr

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Haslemere to Midhurst

Not just Bluebells, 28 April '07.

28-Apr-07 • mew2005b on Flickr

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Haslemere to Midhurst

The bluebell season will soon be over: the bluebell-lover (with blue bottle), 28 April '07.

28-Apr-07 • mew2005b on Flickr

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Haslemere to Midhurst via Lurgashall walk

Black Down (heathland with views) and Temple of the Winds (viewpoint), Lurgashall (picturesque village with pub by the green), Cowdray Estate (romantic ruin by Polo Fields) and historic market town of Midhurst.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Haslemere

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Mostly warm with sunny spells, although a few showers possible.

This Evening and Tonight:

A few showers, possibly thundery, are expected, with these most likely in the west during the evening and further east overnight. Some local mist patches may form overnight in a mainly light northeasterly breeze. Minimum Temperature 11C.

Tuesday:

Mainly dry and often sunny, although isolated, sharp showers are possible through the day. Feeling warm or very warm inland, but cooler near coasts with onshore breezes. Maximum Temperature 23C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Very warm with sunny spells on Wednesday, particularly inland, but cooling breezes near coasts. Showery rain is expected Thursday and Friday, although still with warm sunny spells.

Day 6 to 15

The Bank Holiday weekend will be mostly fine and sunny, after any early mist and fog has cleared. Scattered thunderstorms could affect southern and central areas at times however, with mist and low cloud possibly affecting the east coast. It will be warm or very warm in the south and west, but often much cooler near eastern coasts. There will also be a brisk easterly wind across southern areas. Similar conditions will prevail into next week, but some longer spells of heavy, thundery rain may move northwards into central parts. Into the beginning of June confidence is low, but it will most likely remain overall drier and warmer than average. However there will be an increasing chance of more unsettled, cooler conditions developing.

Day 16 to 30

For the beginning of June there is very low confidence in the type of weather pattern expected across the UK. Conditions are likely to become generally more unsettled as we head towards the middle of the month, with periods of rain or showers being more frequent and widespread. There will still be some more settled spells at times, these most likely in the south and southeast. Temperatures will probably be near or slightly above normal, but there is continued potential for further very warm spells.

Met Office : SE : 2018-05-21T14:12:06