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Ancient yew in Crowhurst churchyard

20-Nov-11 • Sean O'Neill

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Tenchleys Manor

27-Nov-11 • Sean O'Neill

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Field above Tenchleys Manor

27-Nov-11 • Sean O'Neill

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Staffhurst Wood in spring

13-May-15 • Sean O'Neill

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Staffhurst Wood

Oxted to Lingfield walk

17-Apr-16 • Saturdaywalker on Flickr

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St George, Crowhurst and yew tree

20-Nov-11 • Sean O'Neill

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Ancient yew tree, Crowhurst

20-Nov-11 • Sean O'Neill

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Oxted to Lingfield walk

A short climb over the Greensand Hills followed by a gentle walk across the Low Weald, with a fine bluebell wood at its centre

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Oxted

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Evening showers easing. Sunny spells and showers Tuesday, feeling fresher.

This Evening and Tonight:

Some evening sunny spells, but also a risk of isolated heavy, thundery showers across Kent. These will then ease, with clear spells developing. Feeling cooler than recent nights across western parts, but remaining rather warm and humid in the east. Minimum Temperature 14C.

Tuesday:

Dry, with sunny spells, especially at first. Cloud then develops through the day, with the odd shower possible. Whilst still feeling warm, it will be noticeably fresher than recent days. Maximum Temperature 25C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

A mixture of sunshine and scattered showers on Wednesday. Largely dry with bright or sunny spells on Thursday and Friday, and generally warm. Perhaps very warm by Friday.

Day 6 to 15

On Saturday and Sunday the north of the UK may have cloudier and breezier conditions with some outbreaks of rain or showers, while further south there will be a good deal of dry and fine weather, with a good deal of sunshine in the south. Temperatures will be warm for many, probably very warm in the south and becoming rather humid, especially at night. Through the following week generally fine and very warm weather will predominate in the south and much of the east, perhaps becoming hot, but always with the risk of isolated showers or thunderstorms. Further north and west it may be more changeable and breezy with outbreaks of rain or showers, but with temperatures warm for much of the time.

Day 16 to 30

Throughout this period it seems most likely that there will be a continuing northwest / southeast split in the weather. Southeastern parts are most likely to see periods of dry and warm weather, with brief interludes of more showery conditions. Some very warm or hot spells could develop in the south at times, but these would bring an increased risk of thunderstorms. Meanwhile further northwest, any settled weather will probably be shorter lived, with rain or showers at times, but also some drier and sunnier spells. Temperatures are expected to continue above average, with some warm or very warm spells possible outside of any persistent showers or rain.

Met Office : SE : 2018-07-16T15:43:22