Good afternoon Western isles we have seen plenty of blue skies and sunshine across the Western isles today. However cloud is increasing and we are seeing a few light showers feeding in.
Today’s view from space highlights the blue skies and sunshine and indicates the arrival of the cloud.
Monday we are forecast to see another fine and dry day. Plenty of blue skies and sunshine. Some stubborn cloud. It will be breezy especially across the Uists and Barra.
Weather front draped across Ireland and west coast of Scotland. High pressure dominates across the UK.
Tuesday will see another settled day. Light winds across Lewis and Harris but gusting 40 mph for the Uists and Barra. Quite a bit of cloud with a few showers.
Low pressure sits out to our west with a cold front extending across Ireland. High pressure dominates most of the UK weather.
Wednesday will see a fine dry but breezy day. A mixture of sunshine and cloud.
Low pressure out to our West 1005 mb. High pressure builds across the Azores, a cold front moves across the UK.
The rest of the week staying fairly settled with the risk of some rain.
And finally Saturdays extremes across the UK.
Thank you for reading.
The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met Office and radar from netweather.