Pegsdon Hills

SWC Walk 234 Hitchin Circular

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View from Hitchin Hill to Charlton

SWC Walk 234 Hitchin Circular

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Two walkers on the alternative descent-route

SWC Walk 234 Hitchin Circular

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Hitchin Waterfall (the millstream overflow)

SWC Walk 234 Hitchin Circular

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Sweeping fields of cereal and poppies

along the Chiltern Way

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This way

Chiltern way

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Not Bobby's

but Sir Henry Bessemer FRS

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Hitchin Circular walk

Grassy lanes and woods across the most north easterly Chilterns ridge to Pegsdon Hills and Knocking Hoe. A motte-and-double bailey and an abandoned medieval village, alder and willow woodland, Oughton (chalk river), Hitchin’s old town with Tudor and Georgian buildings

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Hitchin

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Heavy, locally thundery rain overnight, clearing tomorrow.

This Evening and Tonight:

Fine this evening before scattered heavy showers and thunderstorms spread in from the east, but some parts getting away with a dry night. Becoming drier in the south towards dawn, with fog patches perhaps developing in the south. Minimum Temperature 11C.

Friday:

Thundery rain should clear north through the morning, with dry and cloudy conditions following. Becoming brighter through the afternoon, but with isolated thundery showers possibly redeveloping as it warms up. Maximum Temperature 24C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

A mainly dry Bank Holiday weekend, becoming warmer and more humid with plenty of sunshine, although there is a chance of isolated thundery showers developing during the late afternoon.

Day 6 to 15

Through the early part of next week, there will be a good deal of dry, fine and sunny weather across the UK. Mist and low cloud may continue to affect eastern coastal districts. There is also a risk of scattered thunderstorms across the south and southwest, especially through Wednesday. It will stay very warm for most, locally hot in the south, although temperatures may fall closer to average by Wednesday. For the rest of the period, there will be more fine and dry weather to come, with the best of the sunshine in the north. There is a continued threat of thundery showers across central and southern areas, and the far west could see rain at times. After a very warm start, temperatures are likely to fall closer to average.

Day 16 to 30

Confidence remains low through June, however there are signs that it may become more widely changeable across the UK. This will bring more frequent spells of rain or showers. However there are likely to be drier and more settled periods for most areas too, especially at the start of the period. Temperatures are likely to be near or slightly above average on the whole, with the potential for some warmer spells, especially at first.

Met Office : EE : 2018-05-24T15:24:27