Southeastern Highlands Forecast
Viewing Weather Forecast for Monday 27th February 2017
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).
Forecast last updated on Sunday 26th February 2017 at 1:11pm
How windy? (On the Munros)
South to southwesterly, 20-25mph morning, strongest around dawn. By midday onward, easing to 15mph, or at times less.
Effect of wind on you?
Occasional snow and hail showers
Substantially or completely dry morning east of A9. Elsewhere, risk hail and snow showers morning, which by afternoon, may be more extensive, and slowly penetrating northeastwards - although few if any all day Angus.
Cloud on the hills?
Confined to higher areas, mainly west of A9
Fragments of cloud below 700m, and cloud frequent above 800 to 1000m by late morning west of A9. Elsewhere: fragments of cloud here and there, but by late morning, persisting only on a few tops and in some corries.
Chance of cloud free Munros?
40% west; 70% east.
Sunshine and air clarity?
Bright sunshine, most widely east of A9 morning. Excellent visibility.
How Cold? (at 900m)
450m, but terrain frozen from valleys up in morning after a frost.
All mountain areas of Britain from Tuesday 28th February 2017
Broadly unsettled over the next week to 10 days, with complex areas of low pressure influencing the British Isles. Precipitation frequent, often in the form of heavy showers - snow on the mountains. Some places will escape dry on certain days - confidence of day to day detail is low - northern Scotland generally faring best. Colder than recently, and across Scotland, mountain terrain substantially frozen all week, and intermittently so higher tops England and Wales, although temperatures will tend to rise slowly from the south later this week.