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Cairngorms National Park, Monadhliath
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Viewing forecast for Sunday, 26th May, 2013
Forecast last reviewed on Sunday, 26/05/13 at 07:31
Summary for all mountain areas
The remnants of a weak front will bring a little drizzly rain and mainly in morning low cloud to western Scotland, and possibly west Cumbria. There may be the odd shower elsewhere in Scotland, but otherwise dry with summits free of cloud. Little wind.
Headline, Cairngorms National Park, Monadhliath
Isolated showers. Patchy low cloud breaking up. Little wind.
West backing southerly, 10mph or less. Will later strengthen, reaching 20 to 25mph evening.
Effect Of Wind?
Risk of brief showers
Isolated brief light showers.
Cloud on the hills?
Patchy low cloud in morning, base 700-900m on summits accessible from and west of A9; and just pockets here and there elsewhere. Slowly the cloud will break, with summits extensively cloud free in afternoon.
Chance of cloud free Munros?
90% after midday
Sunshine and air clarity?
Patchwork of sunshine gradually developing as cloud layers thin. Visibility generally excellent by midday.
How Cold? (at 900m)
5 rising to 8C
Planning Outlook for all mountain areas from Monday, 27th May, 2013
Deteriorating on Monday as strong to gale force upland winds and rain spreads eastwards, although it may make only slow progress toward the Pennines. Areas of showers will follow, and winds will drop. Later in the week, one or two bands of rain and low cloud will run in off the Atlantic to affect particularly western mountains, but England and Wales largely fine. Freezing level rarely if ever below highest summits.