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Yorkshire Dales - Mountain weather forecast

The Yorkshire Dales National Park covers an area of 683 square miles and is a collection of rivers, valleys and hills.

The National Park lies within the county boundaries of historic Yorkshire with much of the landscape consisting of limestone country; lush green valleys known locally as 'dales' crested with white limestone cliffs known as 'scars'. Hidden beneath these hills and peaks is an underground world


Highlands (Trossachs, Argyll, NW Highlands and Skye) • Lake District • Snowdonia • Brecon Beacons • Peak District • Yorkshire Dales Product Title Public Weather Service (PWS) mountain forecasts Purpose of the Product For use on: • Broadcast • Online Services Data Parameters Supplied For each area

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A first peak - bag yours in the Yorkshire Dales

The Yorkshire Dales is a great place to bag your first peak. The terrain tends not to be as steep and extreme as the Lake District but you can still climb to a splendid top with fantastic views. Here are five suggestions for a fir

towards the summit. Great views over Skipton and the southern Dales. Addleborough Addleborough is one of those peaks that look much bigger than it is, being a commanding flat top hill that can be seen from many places in Wensleydale. Parking is available in Thornton Rust near Aysgarth, so this walk can

Cumbria Flooding 4 to 6 December 2015

two fatalities and tens of thousands of homes lost power. Rail lines were cut and bridges were washed away including Pooley Bridge, Ullswater built in 1794. In the Yorkshire Dales, Malham Cove waterfall flowed briefly for the first time in living memory. The flooding resulted from some exceptionally

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Kirstine Dale Kirstine Dale is the Met Office's Co-Director for the Joint Centre for Excellence in Environmental Intelligence.  As Principal Fellow, Kirstine plays a leading role in shaping the future of Data Science (including Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning) in the Met Office

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. Impacts Intense downpours resulted in flash-flooding across the Yorkshire Dales on 30th July. Parts of Swaledale and Arkengarthdale were worst affected. A bridge near Grinton collapsed, and a landslip closed the railway line between Carlisle and Skipton. Flash-flooding affected properties

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Weather & Climate Science for Service Partnership (WCSSP) Programme Dr Kirstine Dale Head of Science Partnerships Met Office A Global Network Centred on a Shared Challenge The Weather and Climate Science for Service Partnership Programme is developing a global network of partnerships that harness

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for three hourly slots Probability of precipitation For day one and day two a detailed forecast provides: Weather Visibility Hill Fog Maximum winds above 600m East and West Highlands, 500m Lake District and Snowdonia and 400m Brecon Beacons and Peak District (800m Brecon Beacons) Yorkshire Dales


by floodwater, including Pooley Bridge, Ullswater, built in 1764. There were two fatalities and many road and rail links were cut, including the West Coast Main Line. Schools and hospitals were closed in the flood affected areas. In the Yorkshire Dales, Malham Cove waterfall briefly flowed again

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Peak District - Mountain weather forecast

in geography to the more gentle Yorkshire Dales. Its highest point is Kinder Scout, although Bleaklow Head (610 metres) and Black Hill (582 metres) offer great alternatives while losing little in terms of total elevation. Black Hill is a point of interest with its covering of peat and lack

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