On the following pages you can find weather forcasts for everywhere around the country. There are mountain forecasts for detail and a nationwide forecast for an overview. (You should always use the mountain forecast if your hike is in one of the areas covered by them.)
Click on one of the 7 logos opposite to visit the forecast for that area.
Tip: You need to be prepared for anything the weather may throw at you. Also remember that the temperature decreases by 10°C per 1,000m.
Only low cloud (which lies between the surface and 6,500 ft), precipitation (snow, rain etc), mist and fog are likely to effect immediate visibility on mountaintops. However, medium level cloud could effect views. High level cloud is unlikely to effect anything.
Climate change has a huge effect on our weather. Find out more by watching a scrolling info-graphic (made by Learnstuff.com - put into a video by us). Click the button below to view the video...
(Topographic map by 'Equestenebrarum' via Wikipedia Commons)