Met Office forecast for Sunday 25 June
Issued: 25 June at 14:55
A dry bright start, but cloudier later with outbreaks of rain.
The day will start mostly dry and bright with some good sunny spells and isolated showers across northern Fells. Sunshine will soon become hazy as higher cloud will spread from the west, with some rain arriving by the evening, more persistent across the western parts of the park.
Generally good or very good, dropping to moderate in the evening.
Cloud Free Hil Top
Some occasional fog down to 600m in south with 50% of tops fog free, clears early in the afternoon with 90% of the tops becoming fog free.
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Forecast for Tuesday
Cloud with heavy and persistent rain becoming more light and patchy in the afternoon with some bright spells developing possibly in east.
Moderate to poor in heavy rain, becoming good later in the afternoon.
Periods of fog down to 500m overnight and into the morning with 40% fog-free tops. Becoming 70% later in the day as most fog clears.
Southeast wind 20mph with gusts up to 40mph for a time across the highest tops, but easing later in the evening.
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- Freezing level: Well above the summits.
Outlook for next few days
Wednesday 28 June
Cloud and heavy rain spreads north through the day. Moderate to fresh winds.
Thursday 29 June
Rain clearing overnight to give a much drier day with some bright spells. Fresh northeast winds.
Friday 30 June
A mostly dry and bright start but scattered showers are possible in the afternoon. Strengthening northeast winds.