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CIMG6359

Wood anemones, Selsdon Wood

04-May-13 • Sean O'Neill

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DSCF0797

Kings Wood

02-May-09 • Sean O'Neill

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CIMG7299

St Mary the Virgin Church, Farleigh

23-Mar-15 • Sean O'Neill

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CIMG7898

Wood sorrel (violet flowers), Ledgers Wood

21-Apr-15 • Sean O'Neill

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Frith Wood

Frith Wood

Just off the walk route on the Whyteleafe to Woldingham walk

04-May-15 • Saturdaywalker on Flickr

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CIMG4210

Copper beech leaves, Selsdon Wood

05-May-16 • Sean O'Neill

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Riddlesdown goats

Riddlesdown goats

Whyteleaf Circular

16-May-08 • moontiger on Flickr

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Whyteleafe to Woldingham walk

Bluebell woods, fields, valleys and nature reserves on the London/Surrey border.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Whyteleafe

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Dry with long sunny spells. Feeling cold in the wind.

Today:

After a frosty start in places it will be another mostly dry day with long sunny spells. Colder than Friday, accentuated by a strengthening wind. Maximum Temperature 7C.

Tonight:

Remaining dry overnight with long clear spells allowing temperatures to fall below zero in sheltered rural locations despite the breeze persisting in most parts. Minimum Temperature -1C.

Sunday:

Long sunny spells during the morning however cloud will thicken from the west during the afternoon, despite this most parts will remain dry. Staying quite breezy. Maximum Temperature 6C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Heavy rain during Monday morning clearing during the afternoon. Plenty of dry weather on Tuesday and Wednesday but feeling cold in strong winds. Perhaps the odd thundery shower over Kent.

Day 6 to 15

Wednesday and Thursday will see a mixture of sunny spells and showers. The showers mainly affecting exposed northern and eastern parts, especially the North Sea coasts, but not exclusively. The showers will be heavy at times and turning wintry over higher ground. Windy, with gales down the east coast on Wednesday. Similar conditions look likely to persist into Friday and the weekend, with showers continuing to affect eastern parts, but drier with plenty of sunshine elsewhere. The showers may be wintry across all parts, but any snow accumulations most likely over higher ground, but perhaps to some lower levels in the north. Staying rather cold, with temperatures below the average into early December. However, there is a chance of less cold, cloudier conditions spreading southeastwards, with some rain at times.

Day 16 to 30

During this period of December, it looks likely that the cold conditions may persist across the United Kingdom, with a generally blocked and slow moving weather patterns, which brings more uncertainty than normal into the forecast. We are likely to see a mixture of sunshine and showers for many, with the showers turning increasingly wintry over the hills, but not exclusively. Temperatures will probably be below the average through to mid-December. However, there is the chance of periods of milder, wetter and windier weather, with increased amounts of rainfall, during the middle of the month, especially in the west. This could see temperatures recover closer to the average.

Met Office : SE : 2017-11-25T01:42:51