Saturday Walkers Club www.walkingclub.org.uk
First section (anticlockwise)

First section (anticlockwise)

Lewes Circular walk

06-Jun-15 • Saturdaywalker on Flickr

walkicon swcwalks swcwalk47

Descending to Glynde (anticlockwise)

Descending to Glynde (anticlockwise)

Lewes Circular walk

06-Jun-15 • Saturdaywalker on Flickr

walkicon swcwalks swcwalk47

SDC11066

SDC11066

04-Jun-11 • Andrew Murphy

SDC11067

SDC11067

04-Jun-11 • Andrew Murphy

SDC11068

SDC11068

04-Jun-11 • Andrew Murphy

SDC11069

SDC11069

04-Jun-11 • Andrew Murphy

SDC11070

SDC11070

04-Jun-11 • Andrew Murphy

Lewes Circular via Glynde and Southease Walk

An energetic walk over the South Downs with great views, 3 hills, 3 pubs, and a ridge.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Lewes

Page loading ...

Another dry day with sunny periods, becoming locally very warm.

Today:

Dry with periods of strong sunshine, and although some cloud will build during the day, it will become very warm for many places. Cloud or sea fog may spread into southern coastal areas at times. Maximum Temperature 25C.

Tonight:

It will be a fine end to the day with spells of evening sunshine. It will remain dry with clear spells overnight, and remain very mild and muggy. Minimum Temperature 12C.

Thursday:

Another fine day with spells of strong sunshine. It will be very warm, although a little cooler near coasts, where patchy low cloud or sea fog may roll in later. Maximum Temperature 26C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Dry, hot, with spells of strong sunshine. Mist or sea fog may roll in with a cooler feel on coasts. Chance of thundery showers later Saturday and early Sunday.

Day 6 to 15

A very uncertain period, but the more likely scenario is for rather mixed conditions during the Bank Holiday, with showery outbreaks of rain, perhaps heavy and thundery, but also some brighter spells. Temperatures are likely to be down compared to earlier on in the weekend, although it should stay rather warm and humid, especially in the southeast. Meanwhile, it will probably be cooler and fresher in the north and west, where we may see windier conditions. Into next week, we will generally see a mixture of sunshine and showers, particularly across the northwest. However, we may hold on to drier, brighter and perhaps warmer conditions in the far southeast, although some thundery showers are possible.

Day 16 to 30

Confidence is currently low through this period, but more settled weather may begin to dominate, bringing drier and brighter weather for many. Temperatures are likely to be close to normal at first, but may become generally warm, perhaps locally very warm for a time during mid June. Towards the latter part of June, there is a possibility of more unsettled conditions developing, with spells of rain at times, and temperatures returning closer to average.

Met Office : SE : 2017-05-24T02:15:18