Monday 17th June Weather Watch

Good afternoon Western Isles on this Monday afternoon we are seeing some showers moving across Western Isles. Some of these are heavy in places, in between we are seeing some decent sunny spells but plenty of cloud. it’s currently dryer across South Uist and Barra.

For the rest of today will see further showers but these will gradually die out, and we should see a largely fine and dry end of the day with plenty of sunshine.

Here is this afternoon’s view from space. As you can see it’s a fairly overcast picture with a few sunny spells.

Tuesday Across the Western Isles will see winds increase, and some heavy overnight and early morning rain. The rest of Tuesday will see heavy showers but these will gradually clear away as we go into the evening. In between we will see some sunshine.

Across the UK Will see a showery day and some sunny spells in between. Thunderstorms developing for the east and south-east of the United Kingdom.

Wednesday across the UK Will become milder than of late. We will see further showers and brisk wins once again. But the best of the dry and brighter weather will be into the evening.

Across the UK on Wednesday Will see further thunderstorms for the east and south east and more heavy rain on already saturated ground. Elsewhere remains unsettled as well as low pressure remains in charge.

Thursday Across the Western Isles will see further sunshine and showers this will be a once again accompanied by brisk winds.

Across the UK on Thursday it will stay showery, with lighter winds for the South and stinger winds In the north.

The Met office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms for Tuesday into Wednesday for the east and south-east United Kingdom. The full warning and latest updates can be found by the Met office website or app.

In UK weather news recent heavy rain has brought flooding to Worcestershire

In global weather news severe hailstones have hit parts of France

And finally here are Sundays UK weather extremes

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

Thank you for reading

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