Even if the most intrepid hikers will go out in all weather conditions or almost all, know when to delay an outing if the weather seems too harsh. If your route requires very good visibility or is likely to be slippery and dangerous under a very heavy rain, choose to review your plans. Take extra care if you are hiking with children, not only for their safety, but also for their morale.
Check the weather forecast the day before and review the situation on the morning of the hike. Preferably use local weather forecasts and compare several sources if necessary.
The most intuitive solution is to have a weather forecast app that sends notifications to warn you of sudden changes in the weather.
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