Near Ide Hill

27-Sep-08 • stuleeds on Flickr

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A view north to Ide Hill

27-Sep-08 • stuleeds on Flickr

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Hurst Green to Chiddingstone Causeway

25-Apr-09 • moontiger on Flickr

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Ide Hill 25.4.15

Hurst Green to Chiddingstone Causeway walk

25-Apr-15 • Saturdaywalker on Flickr

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Near Ide Hill

17-Apr-04 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Descending to Chiddingstone

17-Apr-04 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Grave of National Trust founder at Ide Hill

17-Apr-04 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Hurst Green to Chiddingstone Causeway walk

Long. The Greensand Way through remote wooded hills, passing Chartwell (Churchill, NT), Toys and Ide Hills. Gentle fields to finish.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Hurst Green

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Fine with fog patches clearing to sunshine on Sunday.

This Evening and Tonight:

Dry with clear spells. Temperatures will dip under clear skies, with a slight frost possible in prone spots by the end of the night given light winds. Mist and fog patches are also possible, but less extensive than last night. Minimum Temperature 1C.

Sunday:

A chilly start with local fog patches clearing mid-morning. A dry and eventually very mild day with light winds and lengthy periods of sunshine. Maximum Temperature 15C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Fine with sunshine and light winds, although perhaps a little more cloud around midweek. Some chilly mornings are still expected with fog patches, but remaining very mild by day.

Day 6 to 15

There is a great deal of uncertainty through Thursday and Friday. Some signals suggest a breakdown of settled conditions from the Atlantic, which would bring a greater chance of thicker cloud, wind and rain, particularly for the west. The other scenario is for settled conditions to continue until the weekend, extending the spell of drier weather. By the weekend Atlantic weather systems look more likely to bring spells of wet and windy weather across all areas, with the west more prone to the wettest and windiest conditions. Some snow is possible over higher ground in the north. Brighter, drier spells are also likely in between frontal systems; so generally turning much more unsettled than recently across the UK. Feeling colder with temperatures closer to average.

Day 16 to 30

The extended outlook is most likely to begin with weather systems bringing spells of cloud, rain and strong winds followed by showers and some drier, sunny interludes. The wettest, windiest weather remains most likely in the northwest, with the best of any drier, brighter weather in the south, extending to central areas at times. Temperatures are expected to fluctuate day-to-day but overall could be slightly above-average. By late March confidence is low, but there remains a possibility of a return to slowly-evolving weather patterns across the UK giving some drier, brighter spells.

Met Office : SE : 2019-02-23T12:11:16