New Look Mtn Weather Forecast Launchedby Dan Bailey - UKHillwalking.com Sep/2013
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Changes have been made to the Mountain Area Forecast from the Met Office, to make the online service more user friendly. There are some small but worthwhile improvements.
The recent tweaks are based on feedback from a consultation with users. From this the Met Office identified two distinct sets of users, they tell us, so their updates are based on the needs of both casual general walkers and rescue services/mountain pros (which category seems to include all climbers and proper hillwalkers, from what we can establish).
The changes are more evolutionary than revolutionary:
Now if they can just guarantee dry mountain rock til November, followed by a six-month deep freeze...
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