Houghton House, frontal view (II)

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Cooper's Hill Nature Reserve (III)

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War Memorial near Cooper's Hill, Ampthill (II)

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Ailesbury Mausoleum & Crypt, Maulden (I)

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Path through Flitwick Moor

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Undulating Route up to the Greensand Ridge

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Undulating Route up to the Greensand Ridge (II)

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Lidlington to Flitwick walk

Marston Vale, the Greensand Ridge, mixed woods and open parkland, heathland, historic Ampthill, ruin of Houghton House, views into Marston Vale, and a narrow path through the heart of Flitwick Moor.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Lidlington

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Morning mist and fog, then some brightness with sunny spells.

Today:

Early mist and fog patches could locally be slow to clear, then a mostly bright morning will follow with sunny spells. Clouding over across northwestern areas during the afternoon with some evening rain in places. Feeling mild by afternoon. Maximum Temperature 17C.

Tonight:

Cloud and any rain clearing early in the night then clear with winds decreasing. Perhaps remaining cloudier near coasts, with a noticeable breeze. Minimum Temperature 4C.

Monday:

A rather cold start to the day then sunny for much of Monday. Some cloud in places, this mostly affecting coasts. Winds mainly light. Maximum Temperature 13C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Cloudier and breezy on Tuesday with most parts staying dry. Wednesday and Thursday probably mainly dry and briigh with winds decreasing. Becoming warm for the time of year.

Day 6 to 15

On Thursday, mainly dry weather is expected in the south, but patchy rain and stronger winds in the north are likely to spread south. From Friday, a change to much colder weather accompanied by sunshine and showers is expected. By next weekend, cold northerly winds will probably bring snow to higher ground in the north and perhaps occasionally to low levels here also. However snow is unlikely to settle at low levels. It will be windy with gales in places, especially the east. Night frost could become widespread with icy patches possible. Many places will become dry and bright from the northwest by the end of next weekend However, more changeable and at times windy conditions will probably become established at the end of this month and going into November.

Day 16 to 30

The weather may be changeable and windy at times with bands of rain or showers, especially in the north. The rain could change to snow at times on northern hills. Cold nights are likely at times with a risk of ice on roads and pavements in the mornings. Towards the middle of the month, there are signs that high pressure may become more dominant to the north, bringing more generally settled conditions at times. However, fog and frost would become more likely. Meanwhile, more changeable and milder weather may become established across the south, with some rain here at times.

Met Office : EE : 2018-10-21T03:32:47