UK Plaintext Forecasts

title: Mountain Forecasts
location: Peak District
time: 0341
IssuedDate: Monday, 01 May 2017

Element: Blizzards
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Heavy snow
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Storm force winds
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Gales
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Severe chill effect
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Persistent extensive hill fog
Risk: Low
Comments: Early navigational difficulty possible before hill fog clears.

Element: Thunderstorms
Risk: Low
Comments: Low risk of lightning strikes in heavier showers later.

Element: Heavy persistent rain
Risk: Low
Comments: Heavy showers later may cause poor visibility and slippery surfaces.

Element: Strong sunlight
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 
Overview: Early rain easing and clearing to bright or sunny spells by late morning. Isolated showers developing during the afternoon.

Forecast_Day0: 

Weather: Early rain easing and clearing to bright or sunny spells by late morning. Isolated showers developing during the afternoon, with a small risk of beoming heavy with a rumble of thunder. The showers will ease into the evening, with mainly dry conditions returning and some clear periods.
Visibility: Generally good or very good out of precipitation, but moderate in rain or showers, and poor in any heavy showers or thunderstorms, very poor in hill fog.
HillFog: Broken above 300m at first clearing to occasional in association with rain or showers, mainly above 500m.
MaxWindLevel: 400m
MaxWind: Southeast 25-30mph later.
TempLowLevel: Plus 6 becoming 16 Celsius.
TempHighLevel: Plus 5 becoming 8 Celsius.
FreezingLevel: Above the summits.

Forecast_Day1: 

Weather: Mostly dry and windy with sunny intervals after any early patchy low cloud disperses. Cloud increasing through the afternoon with a small chance of a shower late in the day and into the evening.
Visibility: Very good, although very poor in hill fog initially in places. Moderate in any showers.
HillFog: Occasional patches above 300m at first.
MaxWindLevel: 400m
MaxWind: Northeast 25-30mph later.
TempLowLevel: Plus 5 becoming 14 Celsius.
TempHighLevel: Plus 5 Celsius.
FreezingLevel: Above the summits.
Outlook_Day2: Early cloud and hill fog are likely, but soon lifting with sunny spells developing. Windy for much of the day, with a risk of gales over summits, so feeling chilly in exposure, although freezing levels above the summits.
Outlook_Day3: Another dry and bright start, although some cloud could spill westwards during the day and hill fog is likely to shroud some eastern summits at first. Best of the sunshine in the west. Feeling chilly across exposed routes in the strong northeasterly breeze.
Outlook_Day4: Another dry start with hill fog over eastern summits. Bright or sunny spells through the day but the easterly breeze remaining strong keeping the edge off the temperatures.

Issued by the Met Office

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