Thursday 27th June Weather Watch

Good afternoon Western Isles here is your latest Weather Watch. On this Thursday afternoon we are seeing plenty of blue skies and sunshine, however the cloud is still proving stubborn to shift across parts the Western Isles. We are seeing some hazy sunshine here. Winds are light and temperatures are starting to increase.

The rest of today will see increasing amounts of sunshine across the Western Isles. It should be fine and dry with light winds. However cloud will prove stubborn to shift in some places.

Friday across the Western Isles is going to see One of the warmest days of the year so far. We are likely to see temperatures in the mid to high teens for the Uists and Barra. And the low 20s for Lewis and Harris. Cloud will prove stubborn to shift across Lewis again but most places should see prolonged sunshine even wall-to-wall sunshine in places. Winds are expected to be light.

Across the UK on Friday we are going to see some of the hottest temperatures of the year so far with plenty of sunshine. Cooler with cloud for the east coast of the United Kingdom. High-pressure dominates the weather.

Saturday is going to see temperatures ease a little but we are still going to see plenty of sunshine and it will feel warm. It will become more windy and we are going to see a few showers these could be heavy at times.

On Saturday for the UK it will become cooler but the warmer hotter temperatures will transfer to the east and south-east coast. High-pressure begins to retreat and low-pressure sets up to the west of the UK.

Sunday across the Western Isles I’m going to see a much more unsettled day and we going to see brisk winds and showers merging into some longer spells of rain at times.

Sunday across the UK will see stronger winds and a mixture of sunshine and showers. Conditions become a lot more unsettled and cooler across the UK.

Looking ahead long range to next week it starts off on settled for the Western Isles but gradually becomes more settled for the Middle of the week.

The Met office have an ongoing yellow weather warning for wind for the Southwest corner of the United Kingdom. The full warning and latest updates can be found via the Met Office website or app.

A record-breaking heat wave is currently impacting much of Europe bringing very high temperatures here are some of the highest temperatures are recorded on Wednesday.

In global weather news tropical storm Alvin became the first name storm of the 2019 eastern Pacific hurricane season. This storm is not expected to impact land.

And finally here are the weather extremes for the UK for Wednesday

The radar comes from netweather. Pressure charts, extremes and warnings from the Met Office. BBC weather tweet on highest temps. Met Office storms tweet about Alvin.

Thank you for reading

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