Met Office forecast for Tuesday 27 June
Issued: 27 June at 03:12
A dull wet morning with persistent rain which will be heavy at times. Further rain in the afternoon but with drier spells.
Persistent, and at times heavy, rain will make for a damp dull morning with squelchy conditions underfoot. The rain will be accompanied by strong winds at higher levels where south-easterly winds may occasionally reach gale force. A few bright spells may develop in the afternoon as the rain eases and becomes fairly patchy.
Moderate to poor in rain, occasionally very poor in fog. Improving to good at times later in the day over leeward slopes.
Cloud Free Hil Top
Periods of fog down to 400-600m with generally 10% chance of cloud free tops although this possibly increasing to 40% late in the afternoon as cloud thins a little.
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Forecast for Wednesday
A few patches of rain to start the day then rain increases across much of the area, becoming persistent over some east facing slopes.
Moderate, perhaps good for a time at first, but becoming poor for more prolonged periods in rain and very poor in fog.
Patches of fog down to 200-400m increasing to 600m, with a 40% chance of cloud free tops perhaps 60% chance in the southwest.
A marked increase in winds towards highest exposed summits as the day progresses with East or Northeast winds of 30 mph and gusts of 45mph, perhaps increasing to 55mph at times.
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- Freezing level: Well above the summits
Outlook for next few days
Thursday 29 June
Wet with frequent outbreaks of rain, especially persistent in the north.
Friday 30 June
Rain, heavy at times, accompanied by strong or gale force winds. Drier spells developing in evening.
Saturday 01 July
Chilly at first. Patchy rain, with low cloud or fog patches, increasing towards afternoon.