High on dry conditions Tuesday. Moderate on timings of weather fronts mentioned for Wednesday and Friday.
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.
A much brighter, drier day with light winds and plenty of sunshine. Feeling warmer.
|Chance of precipitation|
|600m||W 6 8||W 7 9||W 8 12||W 11 15||SW 9 11||SW 10 12|
|300m||SW 4 5||W 3 4||W 5 9||W 7 11||SW 6 7||S 6 9|
|Valley||SW 1 4||SW 1 2||SW 3 7||W 5 10||SW 3 8||SE 2 7|
Early valley mist and fog patches will clear during the morning. Then, a fine and settled day to follow with no cloud on hill tops and perhaps some strong morning sunshine. Cloud will develop a little during the course of the day. Remaining dry and fine into the evening.
40% first thing, but increasing to 90% by mid-morning.
Excellent visibility with fresh westerly airflow.
Light winds expected tomorrow, picking up a little from the southwest during the afternoon and more especially late evening.
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A dry and mainly sunny morning with moderate southwesterly winds. Cloud will thicken during the afternoon with spells of showery rain arriving from the southwest, with perhaps occasional low cloud below 600 metres. Perhaps becoming dry again for a time during the evening.
Generally very good during the morning, but reducing at times during the afternoon due to cloud and rain.
90% during the morning, but reducing to 60% during the afternoon.
Southwesterly 35 mph.