Snowdonia Mountain Forecast



Overview

Ground Conditions

No adverse ground conditions reported by the National Park Wardens

Daylight

Sunset

Sunrise

Don't forget to take your torch!

Severe warning(s)

Caution


Detailed Mountain Weather Forecast

Weather

Temperature
Valleys
900m
Freezing Level
Visibility


Max wind above


Hill Fog

Weather

Temperature
Valleys
900m
Freezing Level
Visibility


Max wind above


Hill Fog

Friday

Saturday

Sunday

Enjoy the Mountains Safely

Mountainsafe has five important messages for anyone heading into the hills of North Wales:

1. Prepare Well
Have the right equipment with you for the best and worst-case scenario! You’ll need a map and compass, torch, food and drink, whistle, first aid kit and a fully charged mobile phone.

2. Have the latest weather and ground information.
Check the Met Office Mountain Weather forecast for Snowdonia before you set out and be prepared to turn back if the weather worsens – the mountains will still be here for you to enjoy the next time you visit.

3. Dress appropriately
The weather and temperature can change dramatically between the foot of the mountain and the summit. You’ll need strong walking boots, several layers of clothing including warm ones, gloves, a hat and waterproof jacket and trousers.

4. Know where you're going
Plan your route before setting off and ask for local advice. Have a map and compass and know how to use them and choose a route which is suitable for you and your group’s experience and fitness level. Find out how long it should take and when it gets dark.

5. Know your limits
whilst being very enjoyable, getting out into the mountains can be hard work – challenge yourself but be aware of the fitness levels, and experience of the group as a whole – not just your own.

The publisher of this website accepts no responsibility for the way in which readers use the information contained therein. The descriptions and recommendations are for guidance only and must be subject to discriminating judgement by the reader. Advice and training should be sought before utilising any equipment or techniques mentioned within the text or shown in any of the photographic images. Hill walking and mountaineering are activities with a danger of personal injury or death. Participants in these activities should be aware of and accept these risks and be responsible for their own actions and involvement.