Peak District and Yorkshire Dales Forecast

The Peak district and Yorkshire Dales National Parks and the area immediately between them.

Viewing Weather Forecast for Saturday 29th November 2014

Today | Sunday | Monday

Forecast last updated on Friday 28th November 2014 at 1:06pm

Summary for all mountain areas

Largely fine and locally blustery on the hills, but distribution of low cloud/fog/haze will be complicated. Broadly haze and fog confined to lower slopes Wales and S Pennines, and then progressively north into Scotland will increasingly envelop higher tops, especially east.

Headline for Peak District and Yorkshire Dales

Locally blustery; extensive low cloud.

How windy? (On the summits)

South or southeasterly 20 or 25mph, but perhaps locally 30mph.

Effect of wind on you?

Mostly fairly small.

How Wet?

Rain not expected

Cloud on the hills?

Summits very likely cloud free

Fog and cloud fragments valleys and lower slopes. Higher summits may well be above the cloud.

Chance of cloud free summits?

70%

Sunshine and air clarity?

Bright sunshine may well be extensive on higher areas. Very hazy or foggy lower slopes, the visibility may well be superb higher tops.

Temperature (at 600m)

5 to 11C (generally the colder air will be below 500 or 600m and higher temperatures above).

And in the valleys

9C, to locally 12C for a couple of hours early afternoon.

Planning Outlook

All mountain areas of Britain from Sunday 30th November 2014

A weak front will bring fine and much clearer weather south to most mountain areas on Sunday - although most of Wales will remain hazy with low cloud. Temporarily colder with snow showers, mainly W Scotland, early next week, after a rain bearing front moves SE across Britain on Monday. Most of the week, rain rare most mountain areas, but from time to time rain likely W/NW Highlands. Light winds and hills often cloud free England/Wales. In Scotland, increasingly windy northwards; often cloudy west. The expectation over the next 10 days of significant cold weather and snowfall remains very low.

In association with
Mountaineering Council of Scotland sportscotland Association of Mountaineering Instructions