A good deal of confidence for a mainly cloudy conditions and rain at times, but lower confidence for amounts of rain, especialy later Monday and during Wednesday and Thursday.
Some hazy sunshien to end the day, then a dry evening but cloud will steadily increase and there will be some mist and patchy low cloud forming on southern and eastern facing slopes.
Prolonged exposure to heavy rain can result in drenched clothing and a risk of hypothermia if not wearing good quality waterproofs. Terrain may turn increasingly boggy underfoot, while mountain streams will rapidly rise into spate and may become impassable. There may also be a risk of flooding in valleys or glens. If there is snow cover, a heightened avalanche hazard is possible and avalanche reports should be consulted where available.
Cloudy, a mostly dry start but rain spreading from west, some heavy in afternoon.
|Chance of precipitation|
|900m||SE 13 17||SE 16 22||SE 18 25||SE 20 26||SE 19 24||SE 19 24||S 19 24||S 21 27|
|600m||SE 12 17||SE 16 22||SE 18 25||SE 20 28||SE 18 24||S 18 24||S 18 23||S 18 24|
|300m||SE 5 11||SE 7 13||SE 7 15||SE 9 19||SE 10 18||S 9 19||S 9 19||S 9 20|
|Valley||E 3 10||E 4 12||E 5 14||SE 5 15||SE 6 16||S 5 13||S 4 15||S 5 17|
Some brightness in east in the morning, but generally cloudy with cloud thickening and lowering from the west to bring outbreaks of rain. More prolonged and occasionally heavy rain developing in the afternoon. Worst of rain clearing in evening, but still very murky with extensive low cloud onto western slopes with occasional drizzle..
70% at first in east with cloud bases generally above 800m, but some cloud at lower levels on southern facing slopes. Around 20% in west with cloud down to 300 or 400m at times over southwestern slopes. 30 or 40% in east in the afternoon though cloud generally lowering to 600m with some patches beneath, but little chance in west with extensive cloud down to 300m.
Mostly good in the mornig, but moderate or poor at times onto western slopes. Moderate occasionally poor through the afternoon and evening.
Southeasterly winds turning southwesterly later and coudl be somewhat fresher over western hill tops. Valley temperatures as low as 8 Celsius in places overnight and possibly rising to 20 Celsius in parts of the east before thicker cloud and rain arrives.
No adverse ground conditions reported on 20 of Aug
Cloudy and murky start with some rain but becoming mostly dry through the morning and cloud likely to break at times, especialy in the east to allow for some bright spells. Further bright spells in the afternoon with warm sunshine breaking through over eastern parts, but a scattering of showers will also develop. Becoming cloudier in the evening with patchy rain or drizzle spreading from the west
Moderate or poor at first, but mainly good by the end of the morning, although always seeming quite hazy at height with some middle distant hills difficult to pick out.
20% rising to 70 % by the afternoon, though less likley by eveing. Cloud base ranging from 700m in the east to as low as 300m in west at first, but becoming more pathcy and rising to around 900m.
Mostly around 20mph through the day, but South to southwesterly 30mph over tops later.