Good afternoon Western isles on this Friday afternoon we are seeing rain sleet and snow showers moving across the Western isles on bitterly cold winds from the North. In between some decent and prolonged sunshine.
This afternoons radar highlights the wintry showers. This will continue into the evening with the a chance of some frost and ice.
Today’s view from space also shows the mixture of sunshine and cloud.
Saturday will be another chilly day. A mixture of sunshine and cloud. Brisk Northerly winds which will ease as the day goes on. The sunshine will be prolonged at times.
Across the UK we are going to see high-pressure dominating, with further wintry showers and it’s going to feel cold again. High-pressure sits to the west of Scotland, the cold front has cleared from the UK.
Sunday Its going to be another unsettled day. It’s going to be chilly again with further showers some of these will be heavy and wintry at times. Wind still coming down from the north will be brisk. In between some decent sunny spells.
Across the UK high-pressure still sits to the west, and a cold front comes down from the north again bringing further wintry showers.
On Monday we still see the cold air moving down from the north with further showers again some of these winter in nature. In between some decent sunny spells and the winds will be fairly light.
Looking ahead to next week, the week starts of cold but becomes milder and more unsettled as the week progresses. At this stage it looks set to become milder by next weekend.
In global weather news, cyclone Fani become the latest In what has been a series of cyclones to make landfall from the Indian Ocean in this two months.
Also on this day in with a history major tornado outbreak occurred in Oklahoma on May 3rd 1999 where an EF5 tornado hit the town of bridgecreek. And was one of many tornadoes that day.
And finally Thursdays Weather extremes
Thank you for reading. The radar comes from netweather. The pressure charts and extremes from the Met Office. The view from space comes from NASA worldview.