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Lake District

Weather hazards over 300m on Tue 25 Nov 2014

High risk

No high risks
none

Medium risk

Persistent extensive hill fog
Down to 500m, mostly over Southern Fells during the morning.

Low risk

No low risks
none

No risk

Blizzards
none
Heavy snow
none
Storm force winds
none
Gales
none
Severe chill effect
none
Thunderstorms
none
Heavy persistent rain
none
Strong sunlight
none

Tue 25 Nov 2014

Cloud will spread in from the northwest overnight ahead of some patchy of rain and drizzle, which may linger in some areas through the morning before clearing northwestwards. Then in the afternoon conditions should become brighter with some sunny spells. However it will become increasingly cloudy in the evening again, as patchy rain spreads up from the southeast.

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Visibility

Moderate to poor during rain or drizzle in the morning. Otherwise good to very good, especially during any cloud breaks in the afternoon.

Hill Fog

Persistent down to 500m with occasional patches down to 200m during the morning, mainly over Southern Fells. Most hill fog will rise above the summits by the afternoon but occasional patches down to 500m are likely to persist.

Max wind above 500m

Westerly 10-15mph becoming southeasterly 10-15mph by midday.

Temperature

Valleys:
Plus 3 Celsius rising to plus 8 Celsius before falling down to plus 2 Celsius in the evening.
800m:
Plus 2 Celsius falling to minus 1 Celsius in the evening.
Freezing level:
Just above the summits but dropping down to 800m in the evening.

Issued at: 1734 on Mon 24 Nov 2014

Wed 26 Nov 2014

It will generally be a cloudy and rather dull day with patches of rain spreading up from the south. Over higher peaks the rain may even fall as wet snow to start. During the day these patches are likely to merge and become more persistent before eventually clearing eastwards in the evening, with some clearer spells following.

Visibility

Generally good but moderate to poor in rain and wet snow.

Hill Fog

Periods down to 500m becoming persistent in the afternoon, with patches down to 200m throughout the day. Most hill fog will clear eastwards in the evening, however occasional patches down to 500m may remain over eastern fells.

Max wind above 500m

Southeasterly 10-15mph becoming northeasterly in the afternoon.

Temperature

Valleys:
Plus 2 Celsius rising to plus 7 Celsius before falling back down to plus 2 Celsius in the evening.
800m:
Around minus 1 Celsius.
Freezing level:
800m to start before rising just above the summits.

Issued at: 1734 on Mon 24 Nov 2014

Thu 27 Nov 2014

Remaining mostly dry and partly cloudy but with the odd light shower. Light southeasterly winds becoming moderate in the evening. Freezing level above the summits although falling to 900m towards midnight.

Issued at: 1734 on Mon 24 Nov 2014

Fri 28 Nov 2014

Starting dry with the odd light spot of drizzle. Light rain will then spread in from the southeast during the late evening. Southeasterly winds becoming strong during the day. Freezing level generally above summits.

Issued at: 1734 on Mon 24 Nov 2014

Sat 29 Nov 2014

Rain is expected to gradually clear during the morning with drier and brighter conditions following. Moderate southeasterly winds becoming a light westerly. Freezing level above the summits.

Issued at: 1734 on Mon 24 Nov 2014