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Follow the latest musings of our MWIS forecasters discussing the intricacies of the British weather in the mountain environment. In addition our MWIS Ambassadors will be blogging on all aspects of adventure and safety in the mountains. A brief bio of our ambassadors can be found at the following link:


*The views, thoughts, and opinions expressed by MWIS Ambassadors in this blog belong solely to the author, and are not necessarily those of MWIS, or any organisation, employer or other persons associated with the individual. 


#ThinkWINTER in the mountains
POSTED BY Garry // 2nd Dec 21

Make sure you have the right info for your adventures
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Don’t get left in the dark
POSTED BY Garry // 13th Oct 21

Hill-walkers should gear up for the autumn – and get a torch.
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Easterly streamers
POSTED BY Garry // 10th Feb 21

Bands of snow originating from southern Scandinavia.
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A beastly easterly ahead
POSTED BY Garry // 4th Feb 21

Significantly cold air sweeps across all of Britain by the weekend.
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How white were my hills….?
POSTED BY Richard // 6th Jan 21

Memories of snow and thoughts for the future.
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#ThinkWINTER
POSTED BY Garry // 10th Dec 20

Safety campaign for winter mountaineers and outdoor enthusiasts.
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Here comes the 528 line!
POSTED BY Garry // 30th Nov 20

A look 'behind the scenes' of forecasting charts, and what's so special about that fabled line?
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High Pressure = Great Weather??
POSTED BY Richard // 27th Nov 20

Whilst high pressure usually means good weather, it can also be fickle!
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Thinking about winter
POSTED BY Garry // 26th Oct 20

Does the Pacific Ocean give us clues about the season ahead?
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Take a torch for the hills
POSTED BY Garry // 23rd Oct 20

Hill walkers urged not to be left in the dark when the clocks go back this weekend.
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Winter warning for mountaineers
POSTED BY Garry // 27th Feb 20

Remember proper winter precautions and preparation
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