High for largely fine day Saturday and change to cooler more unsettled conditions through into next week but low for details regarding timing and distribution of rain and showers from Saturday evening.
Dry with and sunny or clear. Light winds.
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.
Lightning is a significant mountain hazard which can result in serious injury or death. Mountain terrain often leaves one highly exposed to lightning strikes. Hail may give unpleasant conditions with torrential rain and localised flash flooding also possible, mainly in Summer months.
Fine and dry through much of the day. Risk of evening showers. Freshening southerly winds.
|Chance of precipitation|
|600m||N 6 8||NE 7 9||SE 8 10||SE 11 16||SE 13 21||S 14 21||S 12 18||S 16 23|
|300m||NE 4 6||NE 4 7||E 4 7||SE 6 12||SE 10 18||S 11 19||S 9 17||SE 11 19|
|Valley||E 2 4||E 4 8||E 5 9||SE 4 10||S 8 16||S 9 18||SE 6 15||SE 7 18|
A dry and largely clear night with patchy low level mist, fog and low cloud developing. Mist, fog and low cloud soon dispersing to leave the morning dry with unbroken sunshine. However during the afternoon cloud bubbles up bringing a risk of heavy thundery showers.
90% or more, although some thin low cloud likely over foothills at first in the morning. Chances reduce a little during the afternoon and evening with periods of cloud above 600m developing, mainly in association with showers.
Very good or excellent with good panoramic views of surrounding hills, although a kilometre or less in early low level mist and fog, and several kilometres in afternoon and evening showers.
Strong sunshine, valley temperatures rising to around 22 Celsius, brings a significant risk of sunburn and dehydration. Poor or very poor visibility on foothills and the valley's at first. Winds may gust to around 40mph in or near showers.
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Heavy, thundery showers clearing eastwards through the early hours to leave some clear spells and early sunshine. However cloud increases bringing outbreaks of rain later in the morning. The rain clears in the afternoon to leave sunny spells and a few showers.
Southerly 20-25mph, gusts around 40mph becoming southwesterly 15-20mph soon after dawn.
Around 60% at first with occasional or periods around 600m lowering to 30% with patches above 450m at times in rain. Chances improve again in the afternoon to around 90% with only patchy cloud below the summits.
Good or very good falling to several kilometres in heavier showers and rain.