Good afternoon Western isles on this Friday afternoon we are seeing a fine dry afternoon with plenty of warm sunshine and blue skies. Some cloud bubbling cloud which could bring the odd shower later. It’s breezy which is keeping the edge of temperatures.
Today’s view from space shows plenty of clear skies.
Saturday we are going to see an overcast day with some light rain and drizzle. Winds are going to be light under 20 mph. Temps will get into the low teens. A few spells of sunshine but the cloud will largely dominate.
Across the UK an area of low pressure 1000 mb is bringing breezy conditions to the UK and spells of rain. Dry for us in the Western isles.
Sunday a settled day with the cloud dominating and a few sunny spells. Some light rain and drizzle but most places are expected to be dry. Winds under 10 mph.
Across the UK they will see a mixture of sunshine and scattered showers. Winds will be mostly light.
Monday a chance of some overnight rain during the early Monday morning. Winds will be light we may struggle above 10 mph. Increasing amounts of sunshine to end the day. Temps reaching 10C
Across the UK and conditions are expected to be mostly settled with a few showers.
Long range it’s looking a lot drier with plenty of sunshine but strong winds will keep it feeling cooler.
Across the UK the Met office have issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms for parts of England and Wales until 23:00 this evening. The full warning and latest updates can be found via the Met Office website or app.
In global weather news a swarm of ladybirds appeared on radar when 1,000s of them appeared near San Diego
And finally here our Fridays UK weather extremes
Thank you for reading.
The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from netweather. Pressure chart, extremes and warning from the Met office. Tweet from NWS San Diego.