Detailed mountain weather forecast - Peak District
Updated: 0335 on Thu 05 Dec 2013
There is a chance of successive pre-dawn showers affecting the same exposed parts of the northwest of the park to give some snow accumulations locally. Otherwise rather cloudy and cold, with a widespread overnight frost as the wind eases markedly from Thursday. Remaining largely cloudy by day, but with some sunny spells in the east. Later in the day and into the evening cloud thickening with light snow developing before starting to turn to rain towards midnight.
Very good, moderate or poor during the evening.
Broken above 500m forming during the evening.
Maximum wind speeds above 400m
Northwesterly 35mph in pre-dawn showers, easing.
Valleys - Minus 2 becoming plus 5 Celsius
600 m - Minus 2 becoming plus 5 Celsius
Freezing level - Starting around 300m, rising clear of the summits later.