Stock Tower Mill

SWC Walk 158 - Ingatestone to Battlesbridge or Wickford

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St. Mary's Church, Buttsbury

SWC Walk 158 - Ingatestone to Battlesbridge or Wickford

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Large Field, Large Cattle Herd (Fristling Hall)

SWC Walk 158 - Ingatestone to Battlesbridge or Wickford

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Horses in Wildflower Meadow

SWC Walk 158 - Ingatestone to Battlesbridge or Wickford

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Ingatestone Hall

SWC Walk 158 - Ingatestone to Battlesbridge or Wickford

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Into the Wid Valley

SWC Walk 158 - Ingatestone to Battlesbridge or Wickford

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St. Mary's Church, Buttsbury, across a field

SWC Walk 158 - Ingatestone to Battlesbridge or Wickford

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Ingatestone to Battlesbridge walk

The Wid Valley and the Wid itself, Hanningfield Reservoir Nature Reserve and the Crouch Valley via a mix of woods and fields.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Ingatestone

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Cold and frosty in the west, cloudier in the east.

This Evening and Tonight:

This evening will be largely dry with clear skies and light winds with a frost and patchy fog developing. However, after midnight cloud will spread in to eastern parts leading to some outbreaks of rain and drizzle. Minimum Temperature 0C.

Thursday:

Any early mist and fog will gradually lift, with a cloudy day following. Becoming mainly dry, although isolated showers will remain possible. Less cold than on Wednesday, with lighter winds. Maximum Temperature 8C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Staying rather cloudy throughout. Mostly dry, although showers moving in from the North Sea at times. Temperatures recovering a little, but still remaining rather chilly.

Day 6 to 15

Many places will be dry early next week, but often with large amounts of cloud around. Eastern and perhaps southern parts however may continue to see some showers around initially, with the a few heavier showers possible. The west and southwest of the UK will then likely turn more unsettled as we finish November, with these conditions possibly progressing northeastwards. It will generally remain on the cold side for the time of year, with the risk of some frosty nights and also some transient hill snow. Into early December, there is a lot of uncertainty in the forecast, as there is the chance of either a short-lived milder spell with winds from the west, or perhaps colder but drier weather if the winds turn more northerly or northeasterly.

Day 16 to 30

Through this period, there is likely to be a continuation of cold and mainly dry weather for much of the UK, with sunny spells and a few showers. However, there is a chance the weather pattern may change temporarily, with fronts moving in from Atlantic. This would bring longer spells of rain, interspersed with brighter, showery interludes, and it would also become less cold. However, even if this change does happen, it won't be long before we have more settled weather again, perhaps by the middle of December. This would mean a return to colder conditions, with overnight frost and fog more likely.

Met Office : EE : 2018-11-21T13:26:29