The Angry Corrie 36: Apr-May 98

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And finalllly

And finally here is the Chunky Chicken Weather Forecast for hillwalkers and outdoor sailors for the whole of April. Scattered El Niņos will affect the east of the region, with light rain. Thick fog is likely over sea areas Dogger, Heaney, and Jodrell Bank during the first half of the month, with light chocolate icing. Conditions will veer westerly and then back northerly before an occluded front moves in overnight. There is a slight risk of ground frost, especially to the lee of the Quantocks and the Vale of Belvoir. In Pinn moderate, becoming poor. Visibility good over north-western areas on Tuesdays, except for Malin and Ecclestone. Smoke. A succession of fierce Ridgways will sweep in over Rockall, and an associated blanket of cloud will set out its stall early doors over the anticyclonic mainland. Conditions will improve towards the end of the month, but not before a period of heavy squalls for Wick Automatic. Boomer. There is a risk of localised surface water in Tobermory. Drop scones may affect Peebles in the mornings. There will be a pretty sunset over Neist Point on the 27th.

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