Wednesday 5th June Weather Watch

Good evening Western isles on this Wednesday evening we are seeing a mostly dry end to the day. A few light showers around. Plenty of cloud with some sunshine.

The heaviest of the rain is over the mainland and the Isle of Skye. The worst of the rain has missed us today.

Today’s view from space highlights the cloudy conditions but slow shows the clear spells where plenty of sunshine was enjoyed.

Thursday will see more of the same. Overcast with light rain and drizzle. Cloudy with a few sunny spells. Chilly North Easterly winds of 10/30 mph.

The rest of the UK is fairly settled on Thursday. But note the area of low pressure near Spain 997 mb this has been named Miguel and will bring strong winds and rain here will push towards the UK for the end of the week.

Friday is looking like a mostly fine and dry day with plenty of sunshine. Prolonged sunshine at times. A few scattered showers around. Still with the chilly airflow.

Across the UK. The area of low pressure 995 mb brings rain and stronger winds into the southern half of the UK.

Saturday plenty of uncertainty as yet as low pressure moves northwards it’s likely to bring brisk winds and further rain to the Western Isles.

Across the UK a rather unsettled day with rain and strong winds as low pressure 1000 mb moves across the UK.

The Met office have a yellow weather warning for rain out for Northern Ireland until 21:00 this evening. The full warning can be found via the Met Office website or app for the latest updates.

And finally here our Tuesdays extremes across the UK.

Thank you for reading.

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

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