Met Office forecast for Tuesday 27 June
Issued: 27 June at 17:52
Deceptively dry start. Turning wet during morning with rain persisting for the rest of the day.
Mainly dry start to the day with early brightness, especially over western fells. Rain will extend from south the the National Park during the second half of morning becoming persistent, heavy at times during afternoon.
Generally good at first becoming hazy later in morning with only nearby hills remaining visible. Mist developing in afternoon with a few navigational difficulties.
Cloud Free Hil Top
about 40% at first then extensive cloud cover with no more than 10% from late morning.
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Forecast for Thursday
Cloudy with further outbreaks of rain turning light and patchy later in the morning. Drier weather developing in the afternoon with a few brighter interludes, especially over southern and western Lakes.
Hazy although improving good during the day, especially towards south and west of National Park.
Extensive cloud cover much area with only 10% chance of cloud free tops. 40% chance in afternoon over hills towards south and west of National Park.
Northeast with average speeds of 30 to 40mph and gusts 55mph.
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- Freezing level: Above the summits.
Outlook for next few days
Friday 30 June
Further rain on Friday morning gradually clearing away. Then dry and becoming brighter with sunny periods developing. A good chance of hills above 800M becoming cloud free. Still windy on the tops but the northerly gales will ease during the afternoon.
Saturday 01 July
Dry, bright morning then cloudy during the afternoon with a band of rain crossing all parts. Strong southwest winds increasing to gale force on the tops.
Sunday 02 July
Bright with some sunshine and scattered showers. Strong to gale force westerly winds on the tops.