South Downs Way Weather Forecast

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The latest weather forecast for the South Downs National Park in England. What is the weather like on the South Downs Way today? Our weather widgets update every hour with the latest forecast for locations along the South Downs Way in Hampshire and Sussex.

All weather widgets for the South Downs National Park click: Hampshire | West Sussex | East Sussex

South Downs Weather Forecast: Headline:

Mostly cloudy with rain at times.

Weather Forecast for This Evening and Tonight:

A good deal of cloud through this evening and overnight with outbreaks of rain affecting the west. Drier further east with the odd clear interval possible. Minimum Temperature 11C.

Weather for Wednesday:

It will be a predominantly cloudy day, with some patchy, mainly light rain at times. Perhaps the odd brighter interlude and where these occur it will feel warm. Maximum Temperature 17C.

Weather Outlook for

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Thursday cloudy with some showery rain in places. Rain or showers clearing Friday and becoming windy. Saturday very windy at times with further heavy rain or showers.

UK Outlook for Sunday 22 Oct 2017 to Tuesday 31 Oct 2017:

Next Sunday will likely see an unsettled start, with wet weather clearing to the east, leaving a mix of sunshine and blustery showers for the rest of the day. The following week looks set to remain unsettled, with further periods of wet and windy weather, especially in the north and west. However, it is possible that there will be some longer spells of drier and brighter weather in between, most likely across the southeast. This may lead to more settled conditions towards the end of the month, although there remains some uncertainty. Temperatures will vary around normal through Sunday and Monday, before becoming slightly warmer through the rest of next week. There is an increased risk of chilly nights in any more settled spells.

UK Outlook for Wednesday 1 Nov 2017 to Wednesday 15 Nov 2017:

As we head into the start in November, a changeable pattern is most likely at first bringing spells of wet and windy weather, interspersed with some drier and brighter interludes. The most unsettled weather is likely across the north and west, with the south and east often drier and brighter. These drier conditions may become more prolonged as we head through the first week of November, bringing an increased chance of frost and fog overnight. However, the northwest may remain more unsettled, leading to a more general northwest/southeast split by mid month, with the wettest and windiest weather in the northwest. Temperatures are likely to stay close to normal, although it may be colder than normal where settled spells are prolonged.

The latest 5 day weather forecast for the South Downs Way in Hampshire, West Sussex and East Sussex. Weather widgets provided by the Met Office.

The widgets show: weather type, probability of precipitation (rain / snow / sleet), wind speed / direction, temperature and wind chill temperature.

Butser Hill Weather Forecast

Weather station elevation: 260 metres above sea level.

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South Harting Weather Forecast

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Littleton Down Weather Forecast

Weather station elevation: 178 metres above sea level.

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Parham House Weather Forecast

Weather station elevation: 37 metres above sea level.

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Chanctonbury Hill Weather Forecast

Weather station elevation: 248 metres above sea level.

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Truleigh Hill Weather Forecast

Weather station elevation: 180 metres above sea level.

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Ditchling Beacon Weather Forecast

Weather station elevation: 230 metres above sea level.

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Alfriston Weather Forecast

Weather station elevation: 1 metre above sea level.

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Birling Gap (Beach) Weather Forecast

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Eastbourne Youth Hostel Weather Forecast

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South Downs Way Weather Forecast

South Downs Way Weather Forecast

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Hello, I’m Malcolm Oakley, a keen walker, leisure photographer and outdoors blogger. I'm lucky to have lived at the edge of the South Downs National Park, in West Sussex.

Living in Devon I am now walking the South West Coast Path and Dartmoor National Park with my Border Collie 'Dave'.

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