High for generally settled conditions and high pressure becoming more dominant over southern parts of the British Isles, helping to steer frontal systems eastwards to the north, but lower confidence for amounts of cloud and any rain or showers
Harmful UV levels from sunlight increase with altitude giving a greater risk of sunburn and eye damage, even on some overcast days. On breezy days, the cooling effect of wind on exposed skin may disguise any feeling of sunburn until it is too late. If there is snow cover, glare increases the effect of UV rays especially on the eyes. It is advisable to wear sun block, protective clothing such as a long-sleeved top and hat and have good quality eye protection.
Dry and sunny, cloudier later. Cold on the tops.
|Chance of precipitation|
|900m||NW 36 42||N 26 31||N 13 18||NW 14 19||NW 15 19||NW 16 20|
|600m||NW 24 31||N 19 23||NW 13 18||NW 13 19||NW 12 17||NW 11 16|
|300m||NW 8 25||N 11 22||N 8 17||NW 7 17||NW 6 15||NW 4 12|
|Valley||NW 9 28||N 10 23||NW 6 15||NW 6 15||NW 3 12||NW 4 12|
Mostly sunny through the morning but cloud will build somewhat in the afternoon and evening. Dry throughout, but feeling cold at height.
90% or more with any cloud likely to be above the summits.
Mostly very good, though distant hills may be rather hazy
Cold at height, with a low feels like temperature in the morning.
No recent ground conditions report available.
Dry but cloudy overnight, though mostly high cloud and patchy low cloud and fog may develop at lower levels. Then dry but rather cloudy on Tuesday, though some bright or sunny spells, with the best of these in the east in the afternoon.
Generally light west or northwesterly winds, but fresher winds, 25mph over higher slopes and close to the cloud base
70 or 80% overnight with scattered perhaps broken cloud down to 800m, but some cloud and fog may develop at lower levels. Then between 40 and 60% with broken cloud down to 600m at times.
Generally good or very good beneath the cloud, though perhaps fog at low levels at first and some haziness over lower slopes in the morning and again through the evening