Oxe eye daisies in late May

Oxe eye daisies in late May

28-May-05 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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View during morning

View during morning

28-May-05 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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View during Morning 2

View during Morning 2

28-May-05 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Pushing up the daisies in Luddesdown churchyard

Pushing up the daisies in Luddesdown churchyard

28-May-05 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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View near Luddesdown

View near Luddesdown

28-May-05 • Peter Conway on Flickr

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Snow on the Wealdway

Snow on the Wealdway

Somewhere between Snodland and Sole Street D.Allen VIVITAR 5199mp

01-Jan-06 • magyardave2002 on Flickr

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Book 2, Walk 17, Sole Street Circular 1

Book 2, Walk 17, Sole Street Circular 1

Leaving Harvel, 20 Jan '07

20-Jan-07 • MEW2005 on Flickr

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Snodland to Sole Street walk

The North Downs, hilly with views after lunch, and tranquil Luddesdown for tea.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Snodland

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Bright in east. Cloudier in west.

Today:

Early ground frost and fog in east will lift, then mainly dry with some morning and early afternoon sunshine. Cloudier conditions in the west will spread eastwards later in the day. Mainly light winds. Maximum Temperature 10C.

Tonight:

It will be a largely cloudy evening and night with early clear spells possible in east. Intermittent rain or drizzle will spread to western areas overnight. Mainly light winds. Minimum Temperature 3C.

Monday:

Monday will be misty with overcast skies bringing periods of light rain or drizzle from west through the morning. Winds will continue light with variable direction. Maximum Temperature 8C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Cloudy and misty with rain or drizzle on Tuesday, clearing through Wednesday with possible showers. Occasionally sunny on Thursday, but feeling colder with possible light wintry showers, and local frost.

Day 6 to 15

Dry with sunny spells throughout the second half of the week, with overnight frosts, along with patchy mist and freezing fog. However, outbreaks of rain or drizzle along with some hill snow and stronger winds are possible at times across northwestern areas. Temperatures will turn colder for most by the end of the week, with wind from the east or southeast. The cold weather will be mainly dry initially with a chance of snow flurries in the east/southeast. Over next weekend and following week there is an increase chance of snow for many, especially in the south and east. The location and timing of any snowfall will be uncertain until much nearer the time. However, some milder unsettled weather still may occur at times, especially in the west and northwest.

Day 16 to 30

In the beginning of March, it is likely to stay cold for most with widespread overnight frost. There will be a greater chance than usual of winds originating from continental Europe, which could bring very cold weather at times and the potential for some snowfall, especially in eastern and southern parts. Unusually, it will probably be driest in the northwest. As we head further into March there are indications that it may become more changeable and less cold, with the wettest weather and mildest temperatures likely to be in the south or the southwest of the UK, but this is currently very uncertain.

Met Office : SE : 2018-02-18T02:24:37