Good afternoon Western Isles and welcome to your Sunday Weather Watch. Where we will be taking a look at the week ahead forecast and the latest weather warnings for the UK.
We are seeing a beautiful day across the Western Isles. With plenty of blue skies and sunshine and it’s feeling warm. With temperatures in the mid to high teens. Cloud levels are increasing with high to mid-level cloud pushing in. The latest radar highlights this.
The rest of today will see cloud increasing across the Western Isles and the wind is becoming brisk. There is also a chance of a few showers pushing in but expected to be mostly light.
Been a beautiful day across the Western isles. Here is today’s view from space from NASA worldview
Monday across the Western Isles Will see a fairly cloud dominated day. Brisk wins increasing as the day goes on sunshine at times but the clouds will dominate. It will feel warm again with temperatures in the mid teens. Risk of the occasional shower but for most it should stay dry.
For the UK on Monday we are going to see heavy and thundery showers. Met office weather warnings have been issued more on this to follow. It will also feel hot and humid. An area of low pressure moves in bringing with it the thundery and rainy conditions.
Tuesday across the Western Isles will see A mostly fine dry and sunny day. Variable amounts of cloud and brisk winds gusting 30 to 40 mph. A few showers cannot be ruled out.
Across the UK on Tuesday further thundery showers are likely especially for the south and east. It will feel hot and humid once again. It will be much cooler with grey cloud and risk of fog on the North Sea coasts.
Wednesday will see another fine and dry day with plenty of sunshine feeling warm ones again but some stubborn to clear cloud. High-pressure will sit across the Western Isles.
Little change for the UK on Wednesday feeling hot humid away from North Sea Coasts and further spells of rain.
longer range and the rest of the week looks fairly settled with the odd hiccup along the way.
The Met office have a thunderstorm warnings out for parts of the UK for tonight and tomorrow as well as rain warnings and these extend into Tuesday as well. For the latest updates check out the Met office website or app.
And finally here are the weather extremes for Saturday across the UK.
The radar comes from netweather. Pressure charts extremes and warnings from the Met office.
thank you for reading.