Southeastern Highlands Forecast

Hills accessed from Callander, Loch Tay and Loch Rannoch areas. Areas east of Loch Ericht, and south of Dalwhinnie, upper Glen Feshie and the River Dee (includes southernmost Cairngorm NP).

Viewing Weather Forecast for Saturday 21st April 2018
Forecast last updated on Friday 20th April 2018 at 2:57pm

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How windy? (On the Munros)

Southerly, 10mph or less, but nearer 15mph afternoon and 20mph evening.

Effect of wind on you?

Negligible most of day

How Wet?

Rain not expected

After dark, a chance of local thundery bursts running north-east across eastern Scotland, but these may well miss the Highlands completely.

Cloud on the hills?

Very little

A few patches of low cloud/fog some lower slopes from dawn; soon clearing. Otherwise, hills cloud-free.

Chance of cloud free Munros?


Sunshine and air clarity?

Occasional sunshine; may become hazy later as high cloud builds in from south. Visibility generally very good.

How Cold? (at 900m)

3C lifting to 7C

Freezing Level

1300m at dawn; soon lifting above tops.

Planning Outlook

All mountain areas of Britain from Sunday 22nd April 2018

A change to a fresher westerly regime will have taken place by Sunday, which will continue throughout the week ahead - wind speeds varied, intermittently gale force. Cooler temperatures and precipitation almost daily; mainly in the form of showers and falling as snow at times across the Munros. Lowest cloud in the west, often shrouding the mountains, but breaks to higher tops in eastern areas. Often just below freezing on higher Scottish summits, and near zero on high tops in England & Wales. Check out our latest longer range thoughts via the planning outlook video updated Friday on the homepage of

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