Good afternoon Western isles on this Wednesday after we are seeing a band of heavy and slow moving rain is moving across the Western Isles. In between some decent and warm sunny spells. Winds are brisk.
For the rest of this evening once the showers and band of has cleared away, we should see a mostly fine and dry end to the day however there will be variable amounts of cloud and a few showers lingering.
Today’s view from the space once again highlights the overcast conditions with a few sunny spells.
Thursday across the western else is going to see another showery day with further brisk winds the cloud is also going to dominate once again.
Across the UK on Thursday
Friday for the Western Isles is going to see some rain to start the day this is expected to be mostly light. We are also going to see brisk wind and increasing amounts of sunshine as the day progresses.
Across the UK on Friday High-pressure starts to dominate the weather and things are going to become more settled drier sunnier and warmer.
Saturday across the Western Isles we are going to see some morning rain once again. But temperatures will increase winds will ease and we will see some evening sunshine.
Across the UK on Saturday high-pressure dominates the weather would light winds and it will feel warmer and be mostly dry.
Long-range things are looking a lot more settled and warmer for the Western Isles. Monday at this stage looks a bit showery and breezy. However warmer and drier weather is expected by mid week. This can still change so we will keep you updated, but at the moment we could see the highest temperatures of the year so far. Worth keeping an eye on. I will keep the blog and all the social media outlets up to date.
In UK weather news parts of England remain under a yellow thunderstorm warning which was issued by the Met office and remains in force to 9 pm this evening. Full warning and latest updates can be found via the Met office website or app.
Huge amounts of rainfall fell over parts of Kent in one hour on Tuesday evening, within the region of a months worth of rainfall for June fell in one hour.
Some strong thunderstorms across the UK on Tuesday night but some astonishing photos such as this one below which was shared by BBC weather
And finally here are Tuesdays weather extremes for the UK
The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from netweather. Pressure charts, warnings and extremes from the Met Office.
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