Good afternoon Western isles it’s another beautiful day across the Western isles. Plenty of sunshine and some high level cloud.
Today’s view from space highlights the amount of sunshine we are seeing. It’s feeling warm also as for most the wind has eased.
Wednesday is going to see another fine and dry day with plenty of sunshine and variable amounts of cloud. Brisk winds.
High pressure still sits across the UK keeping conditions settled.
Thursday we are going to see more in the way of cloud on Thursday and there is a chance of the odd shower. Despite this we should still see plenty of sunshine.
High pressure still dominates the UK weather. But fronts out to the West introducing more cloud.
Friday and a slight change but we should still see plenty of sunshine but winds are going to increase. The odd shower will be possibly. A risk of gales but the strongest of the winds are expected to stay out in the Atlantic.
High pressure stays dominating across the UK.
Looking further ahead into the weekend the settled conditions are expected to last into the weekend with more sunshine. Staying mostly dry however we will see brisk winds.
Thank you for reading.
The view from space comes from nasa worldview. Pressure charts come from the Met office and radar from Netweather.