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The Southeastern Highlands

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Viewing forecast for Thursday, 24th April, 2014

Forecast last reviewed on Thursday, 24/04/14 at 07:12


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Summary for all mountain areas

Soon light winds across all mountain areas. A patchwork of bright sunshine, but cloud will build with heavy showers, some with hail and thunder, in afternoon. Most summits free of cloud.


Headline, The Southeastern Highlands

Soon light wind. Scattered heavy showers; sunshine.


How Windy?

Southerly, 15mph or less; possibly briefly stronger post dawn Angus.

Effect Of Wind?

Small.


How Wet?

Risk heavy showers

Rain at dawn near and east of Glensheee will soon clear away east. Well scattered heavy showers following in afternoon, though unlikely Angus and Ochils; small risk thunder.


Cloud on the hills?

Mostly or all clearing

Low cloud may well be widespread in morning, particularly near and east of Glenshee. All the low cloud will lift; by midday mostly confined above 1100 to 1300m, although risk of it taking a little longer to lift Angus.

Chance of cloud free Munros?

90% by midday

Sunshine and air clarity?

Patchwork of bright sun developing, particularly west. Visibility excellent - much less haze.


How Cold? (at 900m)

4C rising to 7C.

Freezing level

Above the summits.


Planning Outlook for all mountain areas from Friday, 25th April, 2014

Often dry, although showers will develop in the afternoon on Friday. Fairly warm. Low pressure centred over southern Britain will then dominate the weather for a few days, bringing areas of constant rain and also heavy showers, these focussed on the afternoons. Extensive low cloud, especially east. Driest conditions with least low cloud W & NW Highlands, south of Ullapool.


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