UK Plaintext Forecasts

title: Mountain Forecasts
location: Yorkshire Dales
time: 0352
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: Medium
Comments: Fairly extensive hill fog, especially across the eastern fells.

Element: Thunderstorms
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Heavy persistent rain
Risk: No Risk
Comments: 

Element: Strong sunlight
Risk: Medium
Comments: Risk of sunburn with relatively short exposure.
Overview: Mainly cloudy with some shower during the morning then brightening up with some sunshine at times during the afternoon and evening.

Forecast_Day0: 

Weather: Cloudier to start across the more eastern fells, with clouds increasing across all parts during the rest of the morning to give some showery rain, before brightening up with some sunshine during the afternoon. Becoming rather cloudy during the evening bust staying mainly dry.
Visibility: Mainly good or very good, but moderate in any showery rain.
HillFog: Mainly small amounts at first, but occasional or persistent hill fog forming above 500 metres during the morning. Hill fog clearing early in the afternoon but reforming during the evening with bases lowering to 400 metres.
MaxWindLevel: 400m
MaxWind: Easterly 30 mph gusts 40 mph slowly decreasing 15-20 mph during the afternoon and evening.
TempLowLevel: Plus 7 Celsius rising to plus 16 Celsius then falling to plus 7 Celsius during the evening.
TempHighLevel: Plus 4 Celsius rising to plus 7 Celsius for a time in the sunshine.
FreezingLevel: Above the summits.

Forecast_Day1: 

Weather: Mainly dry and cloudy during the early hours, then mainly cloudy through the day with perhaps a few light showers, although there will be some bright or sunny intervals towards Sedbergh and Ribblesdale.
Visibility: Good or very good, perhaps moderate at times in the afternoon showers.
HillFog: Occasional or persistent above around 400 metres bases rising to 600 metres by the afternoon and breaking at times over the more western fells.
MaxWindLevel: 400m
MaxWind: East or northeasterly 15-20 mph occasional gusts 30 mph.
TempLowLevel: Plus 7 Celsius rising to plus 16Celsius
TempHighLevel: Plus 3 Celsius rising to plus 7 Celsius then falling to plus 2 Celsius during the evening.
FreezingLevel: Above the summits.
Outlook_Day2: A fine and day with sunny spells, although still quite windy over the summits with a fresh or strong northeasterly wind.
Outlook_Day3: More in the way of cloud than Tuesday, but still bright with some sunshine at times, although there may be an isolated shower. Strong northeasterly winds over the summits.
Outlook_Day4: Another mainly dry and bright day with some sunshine, still windy over the summits with a strong northeasterly wind.

Issued by the Met Office

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