Wednesdays forecast – 30/7/14

Wednesdays forecast – Rain, sunshine and cloud!

Its a mostly overcast end to the day across the Western Isles with some light showers around and plenty of drizzle.

Overnight tonight will see more showers push across the Western Isles and it will remain overcast. The showers are expected to be heaviest across the Southern Half of the Western Isles.

Into the day time tomorrow and the morning looks set to see a split across the Western Isles. The Northern Half is forecast to be a mostly dry day. With the exception of a few light showers but the cloud will dominate. However we should in the breaks in the cloud see some decent sunny spells.

The Southern Half is forecast to see the morning rain linger on becoming heavy at times. The cloud is forecast to dominate but despite this we should still see some sunny spells.

As we go into the afternoon conditions are forecast to improve across the Western Isles as the showery rain clears away, If the stubborn cloud shifts we could see some decent sunny spells. Into the evening and we could get some prolonged evening sunshine. However a few light showers across the Southern Half of the Western Isles cannot be ruled out.

Overnight Thursday into Friday is forecast to be mainly fine and dry with some cloud around. Winds overnight tonight will be from a Northerly and North Westerly direction shifting to a North Easterly direction as we go into tomorrow. Winds tomorrow will be light under 10 mph sometimes reaching 15 mph.. (batten down the hatches). Temps ranging from 11C to 17C

Full weekend ahead forecast will be online tomorrow night.

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