Penshurst Circular via Bough Beech walk

Popular bird-watching site in the Eden Valley and attractive Kent villages

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Penshurst

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Windy, very cold with spells of snow, becoming locally heavy.


Cold and cloudy, with a bitterly cold wind. Spells of mostly light snow this morning. This afternoon as most areas north of London become drier, so the snow further south will become locally heavier. Some significant accumulations are possible. Maximum Temperature 3C.


Overcast with spells of snow, this locally heavy, especially across southern counties where significant accumulations could occur. However, along the coast the snow may turn to sleet or rain later. Minimum Temperature -3C.


Windy, especially along the coast, and feeling bitterly cold. Spells of snow initially, these gradually becoming lighter and mainly confined to western areas. Maximum Temperature 1C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Monday and Wednesday mostly dry with bright or sunny spells, but scattered wintry showers for Tuesday. Bitterly cold and strong winds for Monday, but then lighter winds thereafter. Overnight frosts.

Day 6 to 15

There will be a frosty start for some on Wednesday, especially in the east. Otherwise it will be a largely dry day with sunny spells for many before strong winds and a band of rain pushes into the northwest later. This band of cloud and rain will then spread across all parts on Thursday, followed by blustery showers in the west. Low pressure is then likely to be in charge of our weather for the rest of the period bringing spells of rain, especially across the south and southwest. Inbetween spells of rain there will be some drier, brighter and colder interludes. After a cold start to this period, temperatures will tend to recover before it then turns rather cold from the west again later, giving a chance of frost.

Day 16 to 30

There is significant uncertainty in the forecast throughout this period, but a blocked or slowly changing weather pattern is probable. There will most likely be a balance between Atlantic frontal systems affecting the south and west at times with colder air associated with high pressure out to the northeast. Mixed conditions are likely with wetter than average conditions expected across the south, while staying drier and perhaps colder to the north. Further snow is possible, especially in the north where it will also be windy at times. Temperatures will likely be below average with further night frosts, and any milder interludes will probably be only brief.

Met Office : SE : 2018-03-17T02:39:32