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Sunday, 9 March 2014: dawn to dusk
Printable view Forecast issued: 0522 on Sunday, 9 March 2014
Becoming cloudy in the northwest with hill fog, best of the brighter weather in the southeast of the Dales with sunny spells. Winds easing, feeling pleasantly mild in the sunny spells.
|Heavy snow||No Risk|
|Storm force winds||No Risk|
|Gales||Low||Winds near gale-force initially, easing through the morning to become light to moderate.|
|Severe chill effect||No Risk|
|Persistent and extensive hill fog||Medium||Broken hill fog in the northwest of the Dales giving risk of significantly reduced visibility.|
|Heavy persistent rain||No Risk|
|Strong Sunlight||No Risk|
|Dawn to 0900||0900 to 1200||1200 to 1500||1500 to dusk|
Dry and clear but windy through the early hours, but becoming cloudier from around dawn, particularly in the northwest of the Dales, with winds easing. The northwest of the Dales will then have a cloudy day with some hill fog and possibly the odd spot of drizzle over the hills. In the southeast it will be dry and brighter with sunny spells, feeling pleasantly mild in the sunshine. There may be some more persistent rain in the northwest during the evening, but the southeast should remain dry with clear spells.
Generally good, but moderate in any rain and very poor in hill fog.
Broken hill fog above around 500 metres from around dawn, mainly in the northwest of the dales with no significant hill fog expected towards the southeast of the Dales. Broken hill fog lifting in the northwest by the evening to just around the highest summits.
Southwesterly 40-45mph initially, easing to 15-20mph by midday. During the evening winds become southwesterly 25-30mph.
|Valleys||Plus 3 degrees Celsius increasing to plus 14 degrees Celsius.|
|700 m||Plus 8 degrees Celsius.|
|Freezing level||Well above the highest summits.|
Cloudy with outbreaks of rain in the northwest through the early hours, with rain spreading southeastwards through the morning but becoming lighter and patchier. It should become dry across the Dales by midday, with cloud lifting and breaking through the afternoon to give some brighter spells later. Dry through the evening with clear periods.
Generally good, but moderate in any rain and very poor in hill fog. Becoming generally very good through the afternoon.
Broken hill fog above around 400-500 metres, this lifting and clearing through the afternoon.
Southwesterly 25-30mph, veering to northerly 15-20mph by dawn, then northeasterly 10mph by midday, lasting through the afternoon.
|Valleys||Plus 4 degrees Celsius increasing to plus 10 degrees Celsius.|
|700 m||Plus 7 degrees Celsius initially, decreasing through the morning to 1 degree Celsius by midday. Then rising back to plus 3 degrees Celsius by dusk.|
|Freezing level||Well above the summits initially, becoming around the highest summits by midday, then rising back to above the summits.|
Fine and dry with long sunny periods, though it is likely to be a cold start with some frost. Winds will be light and from the south. Feeling quite pleasant in the sunshine and light winds. Freezing level well above the highest summits.
Another fine and dry day with plenty of sunshine, once any early valley mist/fog patches clear and a chilly start. Light winds mainly southwesterly. Feeling pleasant in the sunshine once again. Freezing level well above the highest summits.
Dry and fine with long sunny periods, though it will be a chilly start again with some early mist/fog patches in the valleys. Winds continue to be light and temperatures similar to the previous days, feeling pleasant in the sunshine. Freezing level well above the highest summits.
Altitude 375 metres
Rainfall measured at 03:00 Sunday, 09 March 2014
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