Weather hazards over 300m
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|Blizzards||Heavy snow||Storm force winds|
|Gales||Severe chill effect||Persistent hill fog|
|Thunderstorms||Heavy persistent rain||Strong sunlight|
For ardent mountain climbers, the Brecon Beacons National Park is among the best that Britain has to offer. Whilst it doesn't have some of the headline-grabbing peaks of Snowdonia or the West Highlands, it fits scores of slightly smaller mountains into its relatively compact 519-square-mile area.
These include the area's highest peak, Pen y Fan, at 886 metres, as well as the marginally smaller Corn Du (873 metres). Both offer rather hospitable, anvil-shaped summits to those who reach the top, thus allowing plenty of space for rest and photographs, before tackling the descent.
These seven ranges make up Britain's most popular mountain regions. Collectively, they attract tens of millions of visitors each year and, at least for those who head out adequately prepared, offer an enjoyable trip that keeps them coming back long into the future.
The Brecon Beacons Mountains weather page provides a 5 day weather forecast for many places within Brecon Beacons Mountains and the surrounding area, featuring 3 hourly updates on weather conditions for rainfall, temperature, wind speed and wind direction.
Weather Warnings and alerts for the Brecon Beacons region are also displayed during periods of severe weather. We warn the public and emergency responders of severe or hazardous weather which has the potential to cause danger to life or widespread disruption through our National Severe Weather Warning Service. Weather warnings are displayed for rain, snow, wind, fog and ice. For more information please view our weather warnings guide page.