Yorkshire Dales and North Pennines Forecast

Viewing Weather Forecast for Monday 23rd September 2019

The entire Yorkshire Dales National Park and North Pennines AONB, including the Three Peaks and Cross Fell, also south to Forest of Bowland and Ilkley Moor.

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Forecast last updated on Sunday 22nd September 2019 at 4:01pm

Summary for all mountain areas

The remnants of several fronts will give extensive fog and patches of rain and drizzle after dawn. Conditions will slowly improve: most rain will die out and generally cloud base progressively rise. Wales, after a lull to some sun will deteriorate quickly from SW afternoon.

Headline for Yorkshire Dales and North Pennines

Wind light. Drizzly rain clearing. Cloud gradually clearing the summits.

How windy? (On the summits)

Southerly 15mph. Will strengthen quickly evening.

Effect of wind on you?

Small.

How Wet? (Precipitation and its impact)

Pockets drizzly rain clearing morning

Pockets of drizzly rain will through the morning gradually fizzle out from the southwest.

Cloud on the hills?

Very extensive; cloud base slowly lifting - clearing most summits afternoon

Very extensive, in some areas from lower slopes up, after dawn. Higher fells may remain in cloud until into the afternoon, but the cloud base will rise and the summits should clear.

Chance of cloud free summits?

Less than 10% rising to 90% into the afternoon

Sunshine?
Air clarity (below cloud)

Widely dull and misty after dawn. Slowly the visibility becoming and patches of sun will come through.

How Cold? (at 700m)

9C

And in the valleys

Will reach 17C in the afternoon.

Planning Outlook

All mountain areas of Britain from Tuesday 24th September 2019

Low pressure will dominate the weather all week, bringing frequent rain and low cloud, and intermittently strong upland winds. As several areas of low pressure track across the country, the weather pattern will often be complicated, making day to day local detail difficult to forecast. However, there remains strong evidence that the driest area will be areas near and north of the Great Glen.