Big Oak

Big Oak

Hayes to Knockholt

29-Jan-12 • moontiger on Flickr

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View with stump

View with stump

Hayes to Knockholt

29-Jan-12 • moontiger on Flickr

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Horse

Horse

Hayes to Knockholt

29-Jan-12 • moontiger on Flickr

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Tree and hedge

Tree and hedge

Hayes to Knockholt

29-Jan-12 • moontiger on Flickr

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The graveyard shift

The graveyard shift

Sheep, Cudham churchyard. Hayes to Knockholt

29-Jan-12 • moontiger on Flickr

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Lost gloves, Knockholt station

Lost gloves, Knockholt station

Hayes to Knockholt

29-Jan-12 • moontiger on Flickr

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Big Oak

Big Oak

Hayes to Knockholt

17-Jan-15 • moontiger on Flickr

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Hayes to Knockholt walk

Close to London, this walk in north-west Kent is entirely rural, traversing fields, woods and valleys in London's 'Green Belt'. It passes Charles Darwin's home, Down House (EH)

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Hayes (Kent)

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Mostly cloudy with occasional rain. Perhaps brighter in the west.

Today:

A mostly cloudy, murky day with outbreaks of rain or drizzle and blustery winds at times. It may brighten up for a time during the afternoon, most likely in western areas. Maximum Temperature 10C.

Tonight:

A mostly cloudy night with some outbreaks of rain. Clearer spells are possible, particularly in the east, which may allow localised frost or mist patches. Winds easing. Minimum Temperature 0C.

Wednesday:

Bright or sunny spells and variable cloud amounts with the chance of isolated showers through the day, particularly in the north, and light winds. Maximum Temperature 8C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Generally fine with sunny periods, although light, isolated showers possible with overnight frosts and freezing fog patches. Noticeably colder from Friday with isolated snow flurries and a biting easterly wind.

Day 6 to 15

The weekend will be mostly dry, with frost and freezing fog patches clearing to give cold days with sunny spells. Snow flurries may develop across eastern and southern areas where a brisk easterly wind will make it feel bitterly cold. It may be less cold in the far northwest with some rain possible. Into next week it is likely to turn colder with brisk easterly winds, giving a significant wind chill, especially in the south and east. This will give the risk of further snow flurries, which may become heavier and more widespread. There is also the risk of more significant snow pushing northeastwards across southern and some central areas. The north and west will be brighter, and it may be less cold across the far northwest at times.

Day 16 to 30

At the start of this period it is likely to remain cold or very cold for many with widespread frost and brisk easterly winds from Continental Europe, making it feel raw. This will continue to bring the risk of significant snow across some southern, eastern and central parts of the country, whereas towards the north and west it will start drier. As we head through the middle of March, there is a lot of uncertainty in the forecast, but it may start to turn more unsettled and less cold with the wettest and mildest weather spreading in from the southwest. In contrast, northern and eastern areas could remain colder well into March.

Met Office : SE : 2018-02-20T00:36:40