Sundays forecast 10/8/14

Sundays forecast – Becoming more unsettled once again

For most across the Western Isles it a fine and dry end to the night with some clear skies in places. Looking at radar and there are a few showers dotted around.

For the rest of tonight its forecast to be mostly fine and dry across the Western Isles, The odd shower cannot be ruled out. It should be a decent start for most tomorrow morning with some prolonged spells of sunshine where the stubborn cloud shifts.

The Northern Half of the Western Isles is expected to see the best of the morning sunshine. However the Southern Half will see the cloud push and thicken. Cloud will spread into all parts by early afternoon. Rain will affect the Southern Half of the Western Isles by late morning.

The Northern Half is expected to stay mostly dry until mid afternoon before rain pushes in and they could be heavy at times. The Southern half will see rain last on into the evening with very few breaks in the cloud.

By late evening and overnight Sunday is when we are forecast to see the heaviest of the rain across the Western Isles. Still a some uncertainty on exactly how heavy the rainfall will be.

Winds speeds for tomorrow are complicated. Winds will be a Southerly and South Westerly direction overnight and will change to come in from a South Easterly direction as the day progresses. By the end of the day winds are forecast to be from a Northerly and North Westerly direction around 10 to 20 mph. Temps around 11C to 17C

Long range –

Still keeping an eye on Monday for a spell of wet and wind weather.

Full week ahead forecast online tomorrow night as ever.

Sunrise and Sunset for Sunday

Stornoway 05:36 and 21:24

South Uist 05:45 and 21:23

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