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The Southeastern Highlands
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Viewing forecast for Monday, 10th March, 2014
Forecast last reviewed on Sunday, 09/03/14 at 13:33
Summary for all mountain areas
Light wind and soon fine on Monday. Cloud and a little rain will shroud higher areas in Wales and possibly S Pennines, but this will clear southwards. Cloud also covering many summits in the southern Highlands, but this will slowly lift and break.
Headline, The Southeastern Highlands
Fine; light wind. Slow thaw lower slopes.
Southwesterly, in the range 10 to 20mph; lightest south of Perth; will tend to drop through the day.
Effect Of Wind?
Cloud on the hills?
Extensive, but slowly lifting and breaking
Cloud widely covering higher areas, base locally below 6500m west of the A9, but most 700-900m by midday (highest near and east of Glenshee). Cloud base will tend to rise through the afternoon, with most cloud above 900m by mid-afternoon.
Chance of cloud free Munros?
10% rising to 40%
Sunshine and air clarity?
Patches of bright sun breaking through, particularly near and east of Glenshee. Visibility excellent.
How Cold? (at 900m)
-1 rising to 1C.
Typically 900m; rising slowly through the day. . Frost in many glens after dawn.
Planning Outlook for all mountain areas from Tuesday, 11th March, 2014
High pressure will dominate until next weekend, bringing fine weather with light winds to almost all mountain areas. Later in the week, becoming windier and cloudier across N Scotland and rarely a little rain. Slow melting of the snow across the Scottish Highlands.