10-Jul-10 • Andrew Murphy


10-Jul-10 • Andrew Murphy


10-Jul-10 • Andrew Murphy


10-Jul-10 • Andrew Murphy


10-Jul-10 • Andrew Murphy


10-Jul-10 • Andrew Murphy

South West Coast Path : Weymouth to Lulworth Cove walk

Weymouth Bay, then a dramatic cliff walk past small beaches, then higher cliffs past Durdle Door (stack) to Lulworth Cove

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Weymouth

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Sunny spells for some on Wednesday.


Wednesday will begin mostly cloudy with drizzle and mist affecting some areas, but it will become drier, with some brightness developing. A breezy day with stronger winds along the coast. Maximum Temperature 24C.


A cloudy, breezy night is in store with a band of rain gradually pushing southeastwards as the night goes on. Some of the rain becoming heavy in places. Minimum Temperature 13C.


Rain will clear during Thursday morning leaving a bright day with some sunny spells and a chance of a shower or two. Feeling fresher than recent days, with winds decreasing. Maximum Temperature 22C.

Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

Friday and Saturday mainly dry with some bright or sunny spells. Any rain is most likely during Friday night. Becoming more windy for Sunday with perhaps some showery rain.

Day 6 to 15

Heavy persistent rain and strong winds are likely at times on Sunday in northern, central and western areas, with the southeast probably staying dry. Next week will tend to stay windy in the north and west with a fair amount of rain here but also a few brighter and drier interludes. There will probably be a good deal of dry and bright weather in the south and east, with only brief interludes of thicker cloud and rain. As a result, this part of the country may well become very warm and humid again. This pattern is quite likely to continue into the following week, with warm dry weather predominating, especially in the south, and longer spells of rain and wind more likely in the north.

Day 16 to 30

During this period it looks likely that the weather pattern will only change slowly. High pressure will tend to dominate at the start of this period, with southern areas perhaps seeing the driest and brightest weather. Further outbreaks of rain and strong winds may move across the north, and perhaps sink southeastwards at times. Into September, confidence in the forecast decreases. However, we will probably see some longer dry and settled spells at times, these perhaps becoming more dominant in the north and northwest. Temperatures are likely to be generally warmer than average, but as we go into September there will an increasing chance of some chillier nights.

Met Office : SW : 2018-08-15T09:42:27