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Yarmouth Harbour

20-Jul-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Hurst Castle across the Solent

20-Jul-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Fort Albert

20-Jul-13 • Sean O'Neill

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A tricky section of the Coastal Path

20-Jul-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Totland Bay from Headon Hill

20-Jul-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Headon Warren

20-Jul-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Alum Bay from West High Down

20-Jul-13 • Sean O'Neill

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Yarmouth Circular walk

The Isle of Wight coastal path, Tennyson Down, a nature reserve, and a disused railway.

Hiking Weather

10 Day Forecast for Yarmouth

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A dry and increasingly sunny weekend, but feeling colder.

Today:

A dull start in the west, but sunshine across the east will spread to all parts during the morning. This afternoon will remain dry and sunny, but despite the sunshine it will be feeling colder, thanks to the southeasterly breeze. Maximum Temperature 12C.

Tonight:

Dry and clear overnight, leading to a much colder night than of late, with a widespread ground frost developing. Breezy. Minimum Temperature 3C.

Sunday:

After a chilly start, it will be a dry and fine day with plenty of sunshine. It will be feeling colder than Saturday, thanks to the brisk easterly breeze. Maximum Temperature 12C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Often cloudy with scattered showers, especially from Tuesday, and feeling much colder in a brisk easterly wind. Showers possibly wintry at times, with a risk of icy patches by night.

Day 6 to 15

The remainder of November looks most likely to be characterised by winds blowing in from continental Europe across much of the country. This will bring variable and often large amounts of cloud, with the best of any sunshine in western areas. There is also the likelihood of some showers, these most likely focussed across eastern areas, but perhaps becoming more widespread and persistent at times. With a relatively chilly air mass in place, there is scope for some sleet or snow, but this will most likely be restricted to higher ground. The breeze will make for a marked wind chill at times in the south. With lighter winds further north, and under clear skies at night, overnight frosts are likely to become rather more extensive.

Day 16 to 30

This period is likely to begin with a continuation of cold conditions for much of the country. There is a small chance that during early December, the weather pattern may change, with fronts moving in from the Atlantic, bringing rain, interspersed with brighter, showery interludes and also less cold weather. However, should this come off, then this change will likely be short lived, with more settled conditions becoming re-established by the middle of December. This would mean a return to increased incidences of overnight frost as well as the risk of fog.

Met Office : SE : 2018-11-17T00:03:37