Book 2, Walk 20, Robertsbridge Circular

19 March 2005

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Book 2, Walk 20, Robertsbridge Circular

Mark R guarding the battlements of Bodiam Castle, 19 March 2005.

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Robertsbridge Village

19-Mar-05 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Bodiam Castle

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Bodiam Castle 2

19-Mar-05 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Bodiam Village

19-Mar-05 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Robertsbridge Circular walk

Quiet, rolling hills, Bodiam Castle (NT), with a gentler finish.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Robertsbridge

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Warm and humid with sunny spells and the odd shower.

Today:

A very warm and humid day across the region with some sunny spells and light winds, and perhaps with the odd light shower here and there. Maximum Temperature 27C.

Tonight:

A dry evening and night to follow across the whole region with some clear spells, and with winds remaining light. Minimum Temperature 12C.

Wednesday:

Another dry, very warm, and humid day across the region with some sunny spells, although cloud will tend to increase more generally in the west. Maximum Temperature 28C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Thursday much fresher with early rain then sunny spells and the odd shower later. Breezy and cool with showers on Friday, and with more general rain for a time Saturday.

Day 6 to 15

This weekend,, many places will have sunshine and showers. These showers will be heavy at times, with a risk of hail and thunder particularly in the north, with sunnier spells in the southeast. It will be windy at times, and some more persistent rain may arrive from the west later on Sunday. For Bank Holiday Monday, it is most likely to be unsettled in the northwest, with longer spells of rain and some strong winds. Drier and brighter conditions are generally likely in the south and east. This northwest, southeast split is then quite likely to continue. Temperatures will start rather cool, but they will recover to around the seasonal average, with perhaps warmer conditions at times in the southeast. Drier weather may become more widely established into early September.

Day 16 to 30

For the start of September it looks likely that the weather pattern will only change slowly. Areas of high pressure and associated settled weather will probably increasingly dominate, with some longer dry spells, particularly for northwestern areas compared to much of August. However there are also likely to be some more changeable weather at times in the north and northwest, with outbreaks of rain and strong winds, with these conditions perhaps extending southeastwards at times. Temperatures by day are likely to be generally warmer than average, especially for the southeastern half of the UK but generally nearer the seasonal average further northwest, and there will be an increasing chance of chillier nights anywhere, as would be expected going further into September.

Met Office : SE : 2018-08-21T03:00:23