Good morning Western isles. It’s an early Weather Watch today. Busy day ahead so wanted to get this out nice and early. We are seeing a windy morning with winds gusting 30/40 mph with some gusts reaching 50 mph. Light rain and drizzle plenty of cloud with some sunshine.
More of the same for the rest of the day with a risk of the occasional heavier shower, increasing brightness for the Uist and Barra later.
The latest wind speeds from South Uist range a fairly breezy summer morning.
Thursday will see another windy day. Winds of 30/40 mph. It will be a mostly overcast day. Light rain and drizzle with heavier showers for the evening.
Across the UK staying fairly unsettled further spells of heavy rain. Low pressure dominates the weather. Some thundery showers are also likely.
Friday for the Western isles will see heavy showers throughout the day. Some of these will be heavy and thundery. Blustery winds as low pressure sits close to the Western isles.
Across the UK staying unsettled with yet more showers and again these will be thundery at time. Winds easing away from the North West.
Saturday the low pressure slides away. In its wake further showery conditions. Winds drop and it’s becomes milder. The showers should clear allowing for a mostly dry end to the day.
Across the UK low pressure sits over Ireland and it’s another showery day. Winds ease for most.
The Met office have issued a yellow warning of rain for parts of England, Wales and Scotland for today into tomorrow. full warning and the latest updates can be found via the Met Office website or app.
The Met office have also issued an amber warning for rain for parts of Scotland for Thursday
The last 48 hour rainfall totals from Lincolnshire are incredible
And in global weather news cyclone Vayu heads towards India and is looking stronger on satellite today.
And finally here is Tuesdays UK weather extremes.
Radar comes from netweather. Pressure charts, extremes and warnings from the Met office. Rainfall totals from BBC weather.
Thank you for reading.