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The weather chart (left) is courtesy of  The weather Superstore

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The forecast (right) is generated by the Met Office Weather Widget

See base of page

for an explanation of the Loweswatercam Beaufort Scale of wind strength.

 

The Mountain Weather Information Service A great site with accurate day and three day forecasts for all upland areas.

The Lakes Weather Line  Now on the net, this is the National Parks forecast page incl winter conditions from Helvellyn summit.

Keswick Schools Weather Stations project Regularly updated weather information is available online from the Keswick Area schools

BBC Weather Centre   Auntie's weather site for an overall picture, or the weather in your area.

The Weather on-line  Local and world weather information. All the extra detail you could need.

Manesty Holiday Cottages - Borrowdale  A great site for north Lakes weather conditions, archived weather reports and a live webcam.

Metcheck Weather reports  Check out the weather forecast for your area, your hobby or your sport.

Windytv Weather Maps Interactive choice of info plus yesterday's views

X C Weather Site  Lots of interactive detail, enter the postcode for your own area.

News and info on Space, Sun and North'n Lights. Space Weather , Aurora Predictions  and Shetland Aurora Webcam plus its archive.

The above links are provided for information only. We accept no responsibility for their accuracy or advice.

Click here for the World Meteorological Organisation 2017 on-line edition of their Cloud Atlas

For those that can't cope with the normal explanation of wind speed, please feel free to study the chart below and adapt it for your own use.

Many thanks to a "Loweswatercam viewer" Alan who sent us this wonderful chart

and credit to Rear Admiral Sir Francis Beaufort for the initial concept.

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