Advice for hillwalkers as summer slow to arrive on the heights.
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We're watching the progress of a developing low which threatens to bring gales on the Bank Holiday.
Hail and snow flurries continue into the start of May.
How do we forecast? It requires vertical thinking!
Recent Arctic air every bit as cold as proper winter
Classic lee wave cloud structures and warm sector conditions. Arctic blast returns overnight and into tomorrow with snow and hail showers on the menu over the next couple of days.
Briefly much lower freezing levels bringing snow and hail.
In this next blog on outdoor first aid, Cory Jones, a Director for First Aid Training Co-operative, will discuss what to do if you are struck by an adder!
Mountains can have a big influence on the strength and direction of the wind and this, in turn, can have a big influence on us.
Atlantic weather systems are gearing up to bring a very unsettled few days.
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Quick look at Tuesday's low cloud situation
Would you know what to do if you or your walking companion took a tumble in the hills? How to deal with a serious injury whilst waiting for the mountain rescue to arrive?