Fell Top Weather

Forecast

Today - Friday, 18th September

HazardLikelihood
BlizzardsNone
Heavy SnowNone
Storm Force WindsNone
GalesNone
Severe Chill EffectNone
Poor VisibilityNone
ThunderstormsNone
Heavy Persistent RainNone
Strong SunlightMedium
Summary
Dry and sunny.
Detail
Any valley mist will soon disperse after dawn to leave a dry and sunny day. Feeling quite warm in the afternoon sunshine especially at lower elevations.
Visibility
Very good with good air clarity.
Chance of cloud free summits
Little in the way of low cloud expected
Forecaster's view
Moderate risk of sunburn on any long hikes.
Conditions through the day
Time06:0009:0012:0015:0018:0021:00
Weather
Precipitation<5%00%00%00%<5%00%
Freezing Level2700m2400m2200m2200m2200m2000m
900mTemperature (°C)121211111010
Feels like (°C)998765
Wind directionEEEEEE
Wind speed (mph)101415202528
Wind gust (mph)122019253234
600mTemperature (°C)11121313119
Feels like (°C)99121086
Wind directionEENEEEE
Wind speed (mph)9159181717
Wind gust (mph)112212232422
300mTemperature (°C)101417161210
Feels like (°C)9131615118
Wind directionEEEEEE
Wind speed (mph)353869
Wind gust (mph)71310182020
ValleyTemperature (°C)121419181513
Feels like (°C)111417171311
Wind directionNESEENENE
Wind speed (mph)21561010
Wind gust (mph)4311141819
Daylight
dawn 06:16, sunrise 06:51, sunset 19:21, dusk 19:57


Saturday, 19th September

Detail
Little change, high pressure will continue to bring a lot of dry and sunny weather. Brisk easterly winds at height giving a notable chill.
Wind
Gusts to 30 mph on the higher tops.
Visibility
Mainly very good with good air clarity.
Chance of cloud free summits
Some thin cloud around 300 metres at first, otherwise little in the way of cloud expected.
Daylight
dawn 06:17, sunrise 06:53, sunset 19:18, dusk 19:54


Sunday, 20th September

Fine, dry and sunny.


Monday, 21st September

Dry and sunny.


Tuesday, 22nd September

Cloud and rain spreading from the northwest, turning drier later. Freshening west or northwest winds.

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