Week ahead forecast – a mixed week.

Good evening Western isles so the upcoming week is going to see a high pressure dominated week. Which means not very changeable weather, stuck under cloud quite a lot and brisk winds. 
A full in depth forecast for Monday can be found below.
Tuesday – Will see an overcast day. Some sunshine. prolonged at times across the Uists and Barra. Some light rain and drizzle. Winds of 20 to 30 mph from the West and North West. Temps will range from 8C to 15C
Wednesday – Another cloud dominate day with some sunny spells. Periods of rain which will be heavy at times. Westerly and South Westerly winds of 10 to 30 mph. Temps of 9C to 15C
Thursday – A chance of some heavy and possible persistent rain. Cloud dominating throughout the day. Blustery winds of 20 to 40 mph from the West and South West. Temps of 9C to 15C
Friday – A cloud dominated day once again with light rain and drizzle. The best of any sunshine will be in the afternoon. Winds of 10 to 30 mph gusting 40 mph at times from the West and South West. Temps of 9C to 15C
have a great week

Mondays forecast – Showery

Good evening Western Isles on this Sunday evening we are still seeing brisk winds across the Western Isles. The heaviest of the rain is clearing away but we are still seeing quite a lot of showery rain around. Its mild.

Overnight – We are going to further showers moving across the Western Isles. Some clear spells. Some early morning sunny spells. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Morning and afternoon – a mixture of dry spells and further frequent heavy showers. Heaviest of these across Lewis and Harris. In between some decent sunny spells. Even some prolonged sunshine for a time. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Evening – Once again further showers. Heaviest and most frequent across Lewis and Harris. Some sunshine across Uists and Barra with plenty of cloud. Drier here but the odd shower is possible. Winds of 10 to 30 mph.

Winds will be North Westerly direction and temps will range from 7C to 14C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 04:25 and 22:33

South Uist – 04:37 and 22:30

Sunday 30th June Weather Watch

Good evening Western isles on this Sunday evening we have seen a wet blustery and overcast day. Some of the rain has been heavy at times. A few sunny spells and winds have gusted 30/40 mph.

Here is a recent radar grab.

Today’s view from space is back to the overcast and cloud.

Monday across the Western isles is going to see another showery. Some of these will be heavy at times. Brisk winds and a few sunny spells and feeling cool again. Winds of 20/40 mph again but easing as the day goes on.

Monday across the UK will be cooler with winds easing. High pressure builds in and a mixture of sunshine and showers.

Tuesday across the Western isles we are going to see an overcast day with some sunshine. Winds will ease. Some light rain and as high pressure builds. Temps around double figures.

Across the UK high pressure is firmly in charge. Cool across the North drier and sunnier across The South.

Wednesday will see a milder day across the Western isles as high pressure dominates. Some light rain and drizzle.

Across the UK fine dry and sunny with plenty of sunshine, with a few occasional spells of rain.

The week ahead will see high pressure across the Western isles. It will be mostly dry and get milder. Temps to the mid to high teens. A lot of cloud around which will be slow to clear. But In between plenty of sunshine in between.

In global weather news this stunning tornado photo was captured in South Dakota. Image credit MAMA Lonn Gogh on Twitter

And in the Eastern Pacific tropical storm Barbara has formed and is expected to become a hurricane in the coming days.

And finally here our the weather extremes for the uk for Saturday.

The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from netweather. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met office. Tropical storm image from the national hurricane centre.

Thank you for reading.

Sunday morning brief

Good Morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Sunday morning we are seeing an overcast start to the day for most. Some clear skies. We are seeing some light Rain and drizzle and it’s mild.

Pollen forecast for today is low.

Across the highlands and islands on Saturday Stornoway was the sunniest with 7.7 hours of sunshine and Harris Quidnish had the lowest maximum temperature of 16.8C

Today- a cloud dominated day. Showers throughout the day which will be heavy at times. A few sunny spells. The best of the drier weather will be across the Uists and barra. Winds of 20/30 mph gusting 40 mph for the Uists and Barra.

Monday – after a showery start these are expected to ease. Brisk winds also becoming lighter plenty of cloud and some sunshine.

Tuesday – much more settled as high pressure builds in.

Wednesday- overcast with drizzle and light rain but fairly settled.

Have a great Sunday

Sundays forecast – Normal service returns.

Good evening Western isles on this Saturday evening we are seeing an overcast end to the day for most. Some light rain and drizzle. Some clear spells. Winds are mostly light. I have been keeping an eye on the storms along the East coast of Scotland not at all jealous….

Some rain moving towards South Uist and Barra as post this at 22:00.

Overnight – We are going to see a showery night. Some of these are going to be heavy and there is a slight chance they could be thundery. It will be mostly overcast. Some clear spells in the breaks in the cloud. Winds will increase. Winds of 10 to 30 mph gusting 40 mph.

Morning – We are going to see further showers moving across the Western isles. Heavy at times. It will be mostly overcast with a few sunny spells. Winds of 20 to 40 mph. strongest across the Uists and Barra.

Afternoon and evening – It will stay largely overcast with a few sunny spells. A chance of some longer spells of sunshine. Further showers again some of these will be heavy at times. Lighter across the Uists and Barra but this again will be compensated by the stronger winds. Winds of 20 to 40 mph.

Winds will be South Westerly direction and temps will range from 11C to 15C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 04:23 and 22:34

South Uist – 04:36 and 22:30

 

Saturday 29th June Weather Watch

Good evening Western isles on this Saturday afternoon we are seeing cooler conditions across the Western isles. A mixture of sunshine and cloud. It’s dry with brisk winds.

The rest of the day will see further will see further sunshine and cloud along with brisk winds. A few showers are possible but most places should stay dry.

Here is a recent radar grab which also highlights the ongoing thunderstorms across parts of the UK.

Today’s view from space highlights the mixture of sunshine and cloud.

Sunday across the Western isles will see a showery day across the Western isles. Some of these will be heavy at times. Possibly merging into some longer spells of rain. In between some decent sunshine. Feeling cooler and winds of 20/35 mph.

Sunday for the UK will see a cooler day for most with brisk winds but staying warm for the South East. Showers for the North and West.

Monday will see a cool cloudy day with showers some of these heavy at times. Brisk winds again and in between some sunny spells.

Across the UK high pressure builds again with further showers and brisk winds.

Tuesday will see a drier day with sunny spells and plenty of cloud. Winds will ease as high pressure builds again.

Across the UK will see more settled drier and sunnier weather as high pressure builds in.

The Met office have yellow weather warnings out for thunderstorms and lightning for much of Scotland. Full warning and latest updates can be found via the Met Office website or app.

The highest temperature of the year has been toppled yet again for the UK

And finally here are the UK extremes for Friday across the UK.

The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from netweather. Pressure charts, extremes and warnings from the Met office.

Thank you for reading

Saturday morning brief

Good Morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Saturday morning we are seeing an overcast and warm start to the day for most. Some mist and low cloud. A little bit of drizzle. Winds are brisk. Some clear skies.

Pollen forecast for today is moderate.

Today – a lot more cloud today. Some sunshine the best during the afternoon which will be prolonged at times but mostly it will be hazy sunshine. Brisk winds and low cloud at times. Some Light rain or drizzle with risk of the odd heavier shower this evening. Temps into the mid to high teens. Possibly low 20s for a time.

Sunday – a breezy and showery day. With some sunny spells. Cooler then of late.

Monday – Brisk winds and sunny spells.

Tuesday and Wednesday- becoming more settled as high pressure dominates.

Have a great Saturday

Saturdays forecast – Cooler and cloudier

Good evening Western Isles on this Friday evening we are seeing a fine dry and warm end to the night for most. Its breezy. Some light showers moving across South uist and Barra as I write this.

Keeping me eye on a few heavy showers that have appeared West of the Western Isles that are producing some heavy rain but these are expected to stay clear of us.

Overnight – We are going to see a cloud increasing across the Western Isles. Some mist and low cloud once again. A few showers are possible but these are expected to be mostly light. Winds will increase the Uists. Winds overnight of 10 to 20 mph gusting 30 mph across the Uists and Barra.

Morning – Will see a mixture of sunshine and cloud. Some mist and lingering fog is expected to clear. Some light rain and drizzle. By late morning we should see plenty of sunshine. Winds of 10 to 20 mph.

Afternoon – A mixture of sunshine and cloud. The best of the sunshine across Lewis and Harris. Some light rain and drizzle in places. Winds of 5 to 20 mph.

Evening  – Some uncertainty as yet so the morning brief will have the latest in the morning. But we are expected to see a fairly overcast evening. Some sunshine which will be prolonged at times. But there is chance of rain pushing into the Uists and Barra that will be heavy and possibly thundery. Winds of 0 to 20 mph.

Winds will be Southerly and South Westerly direction and temps will range from 12C to 20C

Stornoway – 04:23 and 22:34

South Uist – 04:35 and 22:30

Friday 28th June Weather Watch *updated*

Good morning Western Isles welcome to the latest Weather Watch. Now this is an early Weather Watch today as I have quite a busy day ahead. I will try and update this again later this evening time permitting. So please be aware this was done before 11 am on Friday morning.

Now on this Friday morning we are seeing plenty of blue skies and sunshine even wall-to-wall sunshine in places. It’s breezy and there’s still some mist and low cloud lingering. Temperatures have already reached 17°C at the Celsius range. Temperatures are expected to reach 23°C as a maximum in parts of the Western Isles today with temperatures even reaching 30°C on the mainland in the North West Highlands.

Here is a recent radar grab that highlights that West is best today.

Temperature table for the Western isles for today

it’s has been a beautiful day as you can see from the view from space not a cloud to be seen.

Meanwhile the UKs highest temperature was recorded in Scotland for this year

In France a new all time highest temperature of 45.9C was recorded today. The highest since records began

Saturday across the Western Isles is going to see another day with mist and low cloud to start in the morning. We will see plenty of sunshine but it will feel cooler than Friday. We will see showers pushing in and some of these will be heavy and thundery at times.

Across the UK on Saturday we are going to see another very hot day but this were transferred from the west coast to the east coast. The temperature is on the east coast reaching 30 to 34°C. High-pressure still dominates the weather but approaching weather fronts will bring rain and more unsettled conditions to the west.

Sunday is going to see a much more unsettled day we are going to see spells of rain and some of these could merge into some longer and more persistent spells in between some sunny spells and brisk winds.

Sunday across the UK will see showers moving in and more cloud and feeling cooler in the west. Still hot and warm along east coast.

Monday Will see a day of sunshine and showers across the Western Isles. Some of these will be heavy at times. In between we shall see some decent sunny spells. It will feel a lot cooler than what we have seen of late.

Monday across the UK will see showery conditions and breezy weather and it will feel a lot cooler and fresher.

Long range and things are looking more settled for the middle of the week before the Alantic returns next weekend with wind and rain.

It’s not just the UK that is experiencing hot temperatures across Europe they are seeing temperatures in the high 30s and low 40s with a chance of the all-time French temperature record being broken today.

In global weather news in the eastern Pacific tropical storm Alvin became hurricane Alvin earlier today. This will be a short lived hurricane and will we can significantly during the next day.

And finally here are the weather extremes for Thursday across the UK.

The radar comes from netweather. Pressure charts, extremes and temps from the Met office.

Thank you for reading.

Friday morning brief

Good Morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Friday morning we are seeing plenty of blue skies and sunshine and it’s already feeling warm. Some mist, fog and cloud still hanging around. A little bit of drizzle as well. Winds are light.

Pollen forecast for today is high.

Across the highlands and islands on Thursday Harris Quidnish had the lowest maximum temperature of 15.1c

Today – we are going to see plenty of sunshine. Prolonged and even wall to wall sunshine. Winds of 10/30 mph will increase a as the day goes on. Some early morning mist and low cloud that is expected to clear as the morning goes on. Temps will reach the high teens for most and in places low 20s. Feeling very warm. It should be mostly dry apart from a little drizzle.

Saturday – cooler more overcast and risk of showers.

Sunday – breezy and showery risk of thundery showers.

Monday – more settled but a few showers.

Tuesday – high pressure tries to build.

Have a great Friday

Fridays forecast – Sunshine and warmth

Fridays forecast – Sunshine and warmth

Good evening Western Isles on this Thursday evening we are seeing a fine and dry end to the day. Mostly light winds. Most places are seeing clear skies with some coastal cloud.

Overnight – We are going to see a mostly dry night. Variable amount of cloud. Some mist and low cloud with a chance of drizzle. Plenty of early morning sunshine. Prolonged sunshine. Winds of 5 to 15 mph.

Friday day time – Plenty of sunshine. Wall to wall sunshine for most all day. Stubborn to shift cloud cannot be ruled out. Feel warm and a chance of seeing the hottest temperature of the year so far for the Western Isles. We won’t trouble the all time record of 26.3  but most places will reach 20C possibly as high as 23C some cloud increasing as we go into the evening. It should be dry all day. Winds will be mostly light but increasing as we go into the evening. Winds of 10 to 30 mph.

Winds will be Easterly and South Easterly direction and temps will range from 9C to 23C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 04:23 and 22:34

South Uist  04:35 and 22:21

Thursday 27th June Weather Watch

Good afternoon Western Isles here is your latest Weather Watch. On this Thursday afternoon we are seeing plenty of blue skies and sunshine, however the cloud is still proving stubborn to shift across parts the Western Isles. We are seeing some hazy sunshine here. Winds are light and temperatures are starting to increase.

The rest of today will see increasing amounts of sunshine across the Western Isles. It should be fine and dry with light winds. However cloud will prove stubborn to shift in some places.

Friday across the Western Isles is going to see One of the warmest days of the year so far. We are likely to see temperatures in the mid to high teens for the Uists and Barra. And the low 20s for Lewis and Harris. Cloud will prove stubborn to shift across Lewis again but most places should see prolonged sunshine even wall-to-wall sunshine in places. Winds are expected to be light.

Across the UK on Friday we are going to see some of the hottest temperatures of the year so far with plenty of sunshine. Cooler with cloud for the east coast of the United Kingdom. High-pressure dominates the weather.

Saturday is going to see temperatures ease a little but we are still going to see plenty of sunshine and it will feel warm. It will become more windy and we are going to see a few showers these could be heavy at times.

On Saturday for the UK it will become cooler but the warmer hotter temperatures will transfer to the east and south-east coast. High-pressure begins to retreat and low-pressure sets up to the west of the UK.

Sunday across the Western Isles I’m going to see a much more unsettled day and we going to see brisk winds and showers merging into some longer spells of rain at times.

Sunday across the UK will see stronger winds and a mixture of sunshine and showers. Conditions become a lot more unsettled and cooler across the UK.

Looking ahead long range to next week it starts off on settled for the Western Isles but gradually becomes more settled for the Middle of the week.

The Met office have an ongoing yellow weather warning for wind for the Southwest corner of the United Kingdom. The full warning and latest updates can be found via the Met Office website or app.

A record-breaking heat wave is currently impacting much of Europe bringing very high temperatures here are some of the highest temperatures are recorded on Wednesday.

In global weather news tropical storm Alvin became the first name storm of the 2019 eastern Pacific hurricane season. This storm is not expected to impact land.

And finally here are the weather extremes for the UK for Wednesday

The radar comes from netweather. Pressure charts, extremes and warnings from the Met Office. BBC weather tweet on highest temps. Met Office storms tweet about Alvin.

Thank you for reading

Thursday morning brief

Good Morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Thursday we are seeing an overcast start to the day again. Some hazy sunshine and it is dry. Winds are mostly light.

Pollen forecast for today is high.

Today – a cloud dominated day for Lewis and much of Harris. Some sunny spells breaking through with hazy sunshine. Breezy. Some drizzle possible for Lewis. The sunshine should break for the Uists and Barra allowing for plenty of sunshine and even prolonged sunshine. Feeling warm.

Friday – wall to wall sunshine for most. Some stubborn to clear cloud. Light winds snow feeling warm even a chance of the hottest temperature of the year for the Western isles.

Saturday – turning cooler and more unsettled with winds increasing.

Sunday – breezy and showery.

Have a great Thursday

Thursdays forecast – Overcast then sunshine

Good evening Western Isles on this Wednesday evening we are seeing an overcast end to the day . Cloud has been stubborn to shift all day with some sunshine.

Overnight – We are going to see a cloud dominated night. It should be a dry night. But some light rain cannot be ruled. Some clear spells at times. Winds of 5 to 15 mph.

Morning – A mostly overcast morning across the Western isles. It should be dry but again the odd light shower cannot be ruled out. Some sunny spells and these will increase as we go into the late morning and early afternoon. Winds of 5 to 15 mph.

Afternoon and evening – We are expecting to see plenty of sunshine. But again this will depend on how quickly the stubborn to shift cloud breaks. When it does we should see prolonged sunshine. Feeling warm as well. It should be dry. Winds of 5 to 15 mph.

Winds will be Northerly and North Easterly direction and temps will range from 9C to 17C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 04:22 and 22:34

South Uist – 04:34 and 22:31

Wednesday 26th June Weather Watch

Good afternoon Western Isles on this Wednesday afternoon we are seeing stubborn to clear cloud which has produced some light rain and drizzle. We are seeing some sunshine in the breaks in the cloud and some hazy sunshine and despite this it is feeling fairly warm.

The rest of today will see the cloud still proving slow to clear and in between we will see some sunny spells. A risk again of some light rain and drizzle at times.

A recent view from space highlights the overcast conditions across the Western Isles.

Thursday across the Western Isles will start to feel warmer as temperatures start to increase. Cloud will prove stubborn to shift especially across Lewis but in between we should see some decent and prolonged sunshine especially the further south you are. It should be dry but the odd light shower cannot be ruled out. Winds are expected to be light across the Western Isles

Thursday across the UK will see very warm temperatures and even hot temperatures at times. It will feel cooler along eastern coast. Strong winds and even gales for the south-west of England.

Friday we expected to see the warmest day of the year for much of the Western Isles. We shall see plenty of sunshine even wall-to-wall sunshine for time. Winds will be light and it will be dry.

On Friday high-pressure dominates across the UK. It’s going to be dry and sunny and very hot temperatures for many parts of the UK especially the south and east.

Saturday across the Western Isles will see the return of more unsettled conditions with rain pushing in this will be heavy at times winds will also increase.

Saturday will see another largely dry and sunny day for much of the UK but an area of low pressure will bring increasing amounts of cloud and some rain to parts of the UK.

Now something I want to introduce is looking at ensembles. This is basically looking at the output of a number of computer models are see what they are suggesting as a likely outcome for a Weather event. So this would cover high or low temperatures. Also storms and the winds predicted. First time I am going to cover this is for Fridays high temperatures for Stornoway, Tarbert, South Uist and Barra.

Now what you can see from these four images is that there is a general trend upward of higher temperatures on Friday across the Western Isles. Now the highest temperatures expected across Harris and Lewis with 21°C the highest peak expected on Friday and 22 to 23° C for Harris. Further south we go across the Western IslesTemperatures are expected to peak lower with a high teens for South Uist and the midteens for Barra. However it is worth noting that things can and will change between now and then and I will do another update tomorrow.

High temperatures are already being felt across Europe with temperatures in the high 30s already. Peak of these temperatures is expected in the next couple of days.

The Met office have issued a yellow weather warning for wind for the south-west of England for Thursday. The full warning can be found by the Met office website or app for the very latest updates.

Finally here are the weather extremes for Tuesday across the UK

The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from netweather. Pressure charts, extremes and warnings from the Met Office. Highest temperatures from the bbc weather and temperature contrasts from weather.us

Thank you for reading.

Wednesday morning brief

Good Morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Wednesday morning we are seeing a dry start to the day. Plenty of cloud with increasing amounts or sunshine. Hazy sunshine. Winds are light under 10 mph.

Pollen forecast for today is high.

Today – stubborn to clear cloud but where it does break we should see plenty of sunshine. Feeling warm with mostly light winds under 20 mph. Cloud increasing across the Western Isles this evening. It should be dry today but the odd spot of rain or even light shower cannot be ruled out.

Thursday – a mixture of sunshine and cloud. Light winds. Dry and feeling warm.

Friday- plenty of sunshine. A chance of the hottest day of the year so far. Light winds.

Saturday – winds increasing and rain returns.

Have a great day

Wednesdays forecast – high pressure

Good evening Western Isles on this Tuesday evening we are seeing a dry end to the day. A mixture of clear skies and cloud. Most of the cloud is across Lewis and Parts of Harris.

Overnight – We are going to see a mostly dry night the odd spot of rain or odd shower cannot be ruled out. We are going to see a mixture of clear skies and cloud. Plenty of early morning sunshine to wake up to come the morning. Winds of 10 to 30 mph

Morning and afternoon – We are going to see plenty of sunshine. Prolonged sunshine. Variable amounts of cloud which will prove more stubborn to shift across Lewis. Feeling warm in the sunshine. The odd shower cannot be ruled out but these are expected to be light.  Winds of 10 to 30 mph we could see some gusts reaching 40 mph across Uists at times.

Evening – Cloud increases across the Western Isles. Some sunshine but the cloud is expected to dominate. The odd spell of light rain cannot be ruled out but again most places staying dry. Winds of 10 to 30 mph with a chance of some stronger gusts reaching 40 mph.

Winds will be Northerly and North Westerly direction and temps will range from 6C to 17C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 04:21 and 22:35

South Uist – 04:33 and 22:26

 

Tuesday 25th June Weather Watch

Good evening Western Isles on this Tuesday evening we are seeing a mostly fine and dry end to the day across the Western Isles. The best of the sunshine has been across the South Uist and Barra. There has been more in the way of cloud across Lewis and Harris this is breaking to allow some decent sunny spells. We are also seeing brisk winds which have helped keep the temperature down.

The rest of this evening will also see fine and dry conditions across the Western Isles, with increasing amounts of sunshine across Lewis and Harris.

Here is the latest radar grab.

Today’s view from space also highlights the amount of sunshine we have seen across the Uists Barra with stubborn and slow-moving cloud across Lewis and Harris.

Wednesday across the western else is going to see another largely fine and dry day. But stubborn cloud across Lewis and Harris will keep temperatures down here, for the best of the sunshine across Uist and Barra. A few spots of light rain and maybe some drizzle as possible across Lewis and Harris. In between we should see some decent and prolonged sunshine the best of this again across Uist and Barra.

Across the UK on Wednesday it will start getting warmer. We are also going to see windy conditions across the south and west, It Will be a day of sunshine and cloud.

Thursday across the Western Isles will see plenty of cloud around this will be stubborn and slow-moving with a chance of a few spots of light rain. But as we go into the afternoon and evening the cloud will break and we’re going to see plenty of sunshine and this will be prolonged in places, it will also feel increasingly warm with temperatures into the mid to high teens.

Across the UK on Thursday high-pressure dominates the weather with the best of the sunny dry and warm weather for the west and south. Along the East coasts it will be cooler here with mist and low cloud dominating .

Friday is increasingly looking like we’re going to see the highest temperatures of the month so far and possibly of the year with temperatures getting into the high teens and the low 20s. We are going to see plenty of sunshine all day and possibly even wall-to-wall sunshine. High-pressure dominates the weather and a brisk south-easterly wind.

Across the UK on Friday we are likely to see the highest temperatures of the year so far with temperatures reaching 30° C in parts of the south and east of the UK. High-pressure dominates the weather. Across parts of Europe they could see temperatures reaching as high as 40°C.

Long range and it looks like it’s turning on settled and cooler again for the weekend.

After a long spell of weather warnings of weather warnings have now expired for the UK. The recent spell of stormy weather brought flooding to Stirling and Edinburgh on Monday.

And finally here are the weather extremes for Monday across the UK.

The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar comes from net weather. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met Office.

Thank you for reading.

Tuesday morning brief

Good Morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Tuesday morning most places are seeing a dry start to the day. Some light rain and drizzle. Plenty of cloud around with some sunny intervals. Winds of 10/20 mph gusting 30/40 mph across Uists and Barra.

Pollen forecast for today is moderate.

Across the highlands and islands on Monday Stornoway was the sunniest with 1.6 hours of sunshine and Harris Quidnish had the highest maximum temperature of 16.9C

Today – some light rain and drizzle to start today and plenty of cloud. This should clear introducing more sunshine as the day goes on with prolonged sunshine later. Variable amounts of cloud. After the morning rain clears it should be fine and dry but the odd shower cannot be ruled out. Winds of 10/30 mph.

Wednesday- a mixture of sunshine and cloud. Feeling warm with lighter winds.

Thursday – another mostly settled day with variable amounts of cloud and some sunshine.

Friday – turning warmer possibly temps getting into the low 20s. Fine and sunny.

Saturday – the unsettled weather returns.

Have a great Saturday