Not quite as windy, even heavier rain and being told to hurry up again, this time on Barf.
Incredibly there were people up here wearing shorts, fleece tops and carrying no rucksack. They must have been soaked to the skin and getting colder by the minute. You don't need to be a genius to work out what would happen if you twisted an ankle and were unable to walk any further in these cold, wet conditions.
I know the weather forecast isn't often 100% accurate, but it is usually close enough to give a good indication of the conditions you can expect on the fells. A couple of minutes invested in looking at the forecast and then dressing to cope with the conditions could possibly save your life one day.
Given the choice of carrying clothes I don't end up using or sitting on the side of a fell somewhere feeling wet, cold and wishing I'd brought more. I know which one I'd go for.