Good afternoon Western isles on this Tuesday afternoon we are seeing overcast conditions across the Western isles. Some light rain and drizzle. Some sunny spells. Winds are gusting 30/40 mph across the Uists and Barra. Under 10 mph for most of Lewis and Harris
The rest of today is going to see further spells of rain that could become persistent at times. Some clear spells later.
Wednesday is going to see a North and south split. Light rain and drizzle with a lot of cloud for Lewis and Harris. Plenty of sunshine and prolonged sunshine Uists and Barra.
Low pressure sits to the West of Scotland. A cold front stretching down from the North will bring colder air and risk of frost for the coming days.
Thursday will see an overcast day. It will become colder as the day goes on. Some light rain and drizzle is possible.
The Azores high sits across the South West of the UK. The cold front racing down from the North spreads across the UK.
Friday a colder day. Mostly overcast but fairly dry. Some light rain and drizzle. Risk of some frost and ice as we go overnight into Saturday.
The cold front continues to push down the UK. High pressure sits to the south.
Long range and staying on the chilly side for May as we head into next week.
In global weather news cyclone Fani is gaining strength in the Indian Ocean at the moment. A recent view from the Met office.
And finally Monday’s Weather extremes
Thank you for reading.
The radar comes from netweather. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met Office.