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Saturday, 19 April 2014: dawn to dusk
Printable view Forecast issued: 0150 on Saturday, 19 April 2014
A dry day everywhere on Saturday with some long sunny spells and light winds.
|Heavy snow||No Risk|
|Storm force winds||No Risk|
|Severe chill effect||No Risk|
|Persistent and extensive hill fog||Low||Some low cloud bringing hill fog to eastern slopes of Angus and Perthshire after dark.|
|Heavy persistent rain||No Risk|
|Strong Sunlight||Medium||Sunny spells leading to sunburn risk, especially where snowcover.|
|Dawn to 0900||0900 to 1200||1200 to 1500||1500 to dusk|
Another dry day. Some high cloud in the morning but this continuing to thin, break with long spells of unbroken sunshine developing.
A few mist or freezing fog patches around dawn otherwise good though perhaps a little hazier than Friday in the east.
None expected by day, though some low cloud spreading in from the North Sea in the evening may give some hill fog down to 300m in exposed eastern areas for example the Angus and Perthshire hills.
South 5-10mph overnight, increasing 15 gusts 25mph by the afternoon and becoming more southeasterly.
|Glens||Down to between zero and Plus 3 Celsius by dawn then rising to around 14 Celsius in the afternoon, back down to 4 Celsius by midnight.|
|900 m||Plus 5 Celsius, rising to Plus 7 in the west by day then back down to Plus 2 by midnight, but zero in the east.|
|Freezing level||Above summits, falling to 900m in east during the late evening.|
Low cloud and hill fog in the Angus and east Perthshire hills will burn off in the morning. Then another dry day with some long spells of sunshine. Cloud thickening from the east in the evening with extensive hill fog developing though remaining clear to the west of the Cairngorms.
A few mist or freezing fog patches in the west around dawn and some mistiness under cloud in the east, otherwise good, becoming very good in the west. Becoming moderate to poor in the east during the evening.
Areas to 300m in east overnight and at first on Sunday morning, burning off with all hills in the clear for most of the day. Becoming extensive again in the east during the evening and below 300m in places.
South to southeast 10-15mph becoming easterly 20mph in the evening.
|Glens||Falling to around Minus 1 by dawn rising to Plus 10 Celsius in the afternoon, but 14 in the west, then back down to 7 by midnight.|
|900 m||Zero in east and Plus 3 Celsius in west, rising to Plus 6 in the day then back down to Plus 1 by midnight.|
|Freezing level||1200m in west and 900m in east at first rising above summits by late morning, falling to 1000m later in the evening.|
Cloudy with some patchy light rain developing, mainly across the Angus and Aberdeenshire Hills where hill fog will be widespread. Some brighter spells in the west. Strong to gale east to northeasterly gales and freezing levels above the summits.
Mainly cloudy with some patchy light rain and some hill fog this clearing from the north in the morning with some bright or sunny spells developing. Cloud hill fog and rain will return from the east in the evening. Strong east to northeast winds, summit gales. Freezing levels above summits.
Cloudy with some outbreaks of rain, hill fog and strong to gale southeast winds. Freezing levels above the summits.
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