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Peak District

Weather hazards over 300m on Sun 28 May 2017

High risk

Persistent extensive hill fog
Obscured summits above 400 metres in the morning.

Medium risk

No medium risks
none

Low risk

Thunderstorms
There is a low risk of heavy showers arriving around midnight, which could include thunderstorms
Strong sunlight
Sunny spells will bring moderate UV levels, though some cloud is forecast.

No risk

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

Sun 28 May 2017

Early cloud and misty conditions will break and clear during the morning, with a fine and dry afternoon developing. Bright or sunny spells are expected, with moderate UV levels likely. However it will be feeling fresher than recent days. Thickening cloud will then spread north during the evening with the risk of heavy showers arriving towards midnight. These could include the odd rumble of thunder.

Time
0600 to 0900 0900 to 1200 1200 to 1500 1500 to 1800 1800 to 2100 2100 to 2400
Weather
Mist Cloudy Sunny intervals Sunny intervals Cloudy Heavy shower night
Precipitation probability
10% 10% 0% 0% 10% 30%

Visibility

Good to very good. Poor in morning mist and any heavy showers in the evening. Very poor in hill fog.

Hill Fog

Occasional above 400 metres, particularly in western exposure, lifting and breaking through the morning, but returning from the east after dark

Max wind above 400m

Westerly around 30 mph, easing to Northerly 10-15mph by mid-afternoon, but becoming Easterly 20-25mph by midnight.

Temperature

Valleys:
Plus 11 Celsius rising to Plus 17 Celsius
800m:
Plus 9 Celsius rising to Plus 13 Celsius
Freezing level:
Above the summits.

Recent Rainfall

Location:
Cat & Fiddle (midway between Buxton and Macclesfield)
Altitude:
511 m
Rainfall measured at:
0300 on Sun 28 May 2017
Last 24 hours:
0.8 mm
Last 48 hours:
0.8 mm
Last 72 hours:
0.8 mm

Rainfall data provided by the Environment Agency. The Met Office is not responsible for content provided by third parties and may remove this data without warning.

Mon 29 May 2017

Humid overnight conditions with heavy showers, perhaps very isolated thunderstorms in places, will slowly clear east through the day. It will then turn fresher from the west, with a mixture of variable cloud, brighter intervals and occasional showers. Hill fog is also expected for a time.

Visibility

Good, but poor in heavy showers and very poor in hill fog.

Hill Fog

Broken above 450m at first, but lifting and breaking through the morning.

Max wind above 400m

Easterly 35-40 mph in the morning, easing to easterly 20-25mph by midday, then southwesterly 15mph around dusk.

Temperature

Valleys:
Plus 11 Celsius rising to Plus 17 Celsius
800m:
Plus 10 Celsius becoming Plus 14 Celsius.
Freezing level:
Above the summits.

Tue 30 May 2017

A dry, but cloudy start, with some light rain and drizzle. A band of rain soon moving east across the Peak District around late morning. This will clear to bright or sunny spells, and a brisk westerly breeze.

Wed 31 May 2017

A largely dry and fine day, with a westerly breeze and some bright or sunny spells. Temperatures around normal for the end of May.

Thu 01 Jun 2017

Another fine day is expected with further bright or sunny spells and winds southerly or southeasterly, becoming southwesterly later, with gusts reaching 25 mph across peaks.

Issued at: 0400 on Sun 28 May 2017