Good afternoon Western isles on this Saturday afternoon we are seeing plenty of cloud around. Winds have eased with just a few lingering showers. Feeling milder then off late, as the winds have dropped the midgies have come out.
The rest of this evening will see a mixture of sunshine and showers. Winds will stay fairly Light.
Today’s view from space again shows overcast conditions a pattern we are becoming very familiar with.
Sunday across the Western Isles is going to see mostly light winds and fairly dry conditions. With some decent sunny spells but a few showers around. The best of the sunshine in the afternoon and evening.
The UK will See a breezy day on Sunday with a mixture of sunshine and showers, some of these will be heavy at times. Low-pressure dominates the weather.
Monday for the Western Isles is going to see further showers pushing in, some of these will be heavy and thundery at times. But there is someone certainty with that at the moment. Winds will be brisk and in between will see some decent sunny spells.
Across the UK on Monday we are going to once again see further sunshine and showers these could be heavy and thundery at times.
Tuesday will see yet another showery day across the Western Isles. Some of these again could be heavy at times. Winds will be brisk gusting 20 to 30 mph, possibly reaching 40 mph during the early hours. It will feel reasonably mild. With some decent and prolonged sunshine at times in between the showers.
Across the UK on Tuesday low-pressure still dominates the weather. Further sunshine and showers here, turning increasingly thundery as we go into Wednesday.
In UK weather news Lincolnshire is still suffering the effects of recent heavy rainfall. Will evacuations of homes taking place. The CoastGuard and military organisations are assisting. This comes after two months worth of rainfall fell in two days.
And in global weather news cyclone Vayu continues to sit off the coast of India, bringing further heavy rainfall and strong winds.
And finally here are the weather extremes for the UK for Friday.
The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from netweather, pressure charts, extremes from the Met Office. Tweet from itv news, Facebook post from Maritime and Coastguard agency. Cyclone image from EUMETSAT.
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