Good afternoon Western isles on this Monday afternoon we are seeing heavy rain sweeping across the Western isles and it’s heavy and squally with some of the rain being wintry in nature.
This afternoons radar shows the rain pushing across the Western isles.
Today’s view from space shows the cloud across the Western isles.
Tuesday we see low pressure close to the Western isles and we are going to see a very unsettled day with variable winds. A risk of overnight frost and ice.
During the day we will see squally wintry showers these will be thundery and wintry at times with risk of snow over higher ground. A few sunny spells in the breaks in the cloud but the cloud will dominate for most and it will feel cold.
Wednesday will see cold Northerly winds across the Western isles gusting 30/40 mph. We will see further showers which at times will be wintry and possibly thundery. Low pressure sits out in the North Sea. Winds get dragged down from the North.
Thursday is going to see another day of sunshine and showers. It’s going to be a breezy day with some gusty conditions. Low pressure sits across Scotland.
Thank you for reading.
The radar comes from Netweather. Pressure charts from Met Office and view from space comes from NASA worldview.