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First section (anticlockwise)

First section (anticlockwise)

Lewes Circular walk

06-Jun-15 • Saturdaywalker on Flickr

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Descending to Glynde (anticlockwise)

Descending to Glynde (anticlockwise)

Lewes Circular walk

06-Jun-15 • Saturdaywalker on Flickr

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04-Jun-11 • Andrew Murphy

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04-Jun-11 • Andrew Murphy

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04-Jun-11 • Andrew Murphy

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04-Jun-11 • Andrew Murphy

Lewes Circular via Glynde and Southease Walk

An energetic walk over the South Downs with great views throughout.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Lewes

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Brightening up after a dull start. Most parts staying dry.

Today:

Early dull and misty conditions will lift and clear, with some warm sunny spells developing, especially in the east. It will also remain humid. Staying largely dry, although isolated showers are possible from late afternoon into the evening. Maximum Temperature 26C.

Tonight:

Any isolated early showers will die away. Turning cloudy and misty with fog patches forming. Light winds everywhere and feeling quite muggy. Minimum Temperature 15C.

Wednesday:

Dull and misty with fog patches at first, however, during the afternoon most parts will see some bright or sunny spells developing. Staying warm and humid with light winds. Maximum Temperature 26C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Generally feeling fresher and cooler than recent days, while the odd shower is likely most parts will see lengthy dry spells with clear or sunny periods. Winds remaining light.

Day 6 to 15

Sunday will probably become changeable again, with heavy showers or longer spells of rain arriving, particularly in the north and west. However, parts of the southeast are likely to stay mainly dry with some sunny spells. It will be windy at times, especially in the north. On Monday a band of cloud and rain may sink southwards across the country, with brighter conditions following on behind. Into the following week, there remains a lot of uncertainty, although we could continue to see spells of wet and windy weather, particularly in the northwest. It will be drier in general across the southeast, although there is a risk of some thundery showers here at times. Temperatures will probably be near normal, though perhaps rather warm at times in the south.

Day 16 to 30

During this period, we are most likely to see changeable weather conditions featuring across the United Kingdom. However, there will be some dry and fine weather at times too. On balance spells of rain and strong winds are likely to dominate in the north and west, with drier and brighter weather more common in the south and east. Temperatures will probably remain close to normal for the time of year in most parts, though they may become warm or very warm at times in the south which may generate some thunderstorms.

Met Office : SE : 2017-08-22T02:47:03