I have only climbed Snowdon once so far (August 2009) and when I got near the top black clouds came over, although when I was lower down it was fairly clear, although not excellent visibility.
I know that on exceptionally clear, cold days southern Scotland can be seen from Snowdon but how often do these days of exceptional visibility occur? I wasn't sure if they could occur a few times in a year, or less frequently. I have seen photos of the Wicklow Mountains and the Lake District from Snowdon, but never any showing the Scottish Southern Uplands.
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