Good evening Western isles on this Sunday evening we have seen a wet blustery and overcast day. Some of the rain has been heavy at times. A few sunny spells and winds have gusted 30/40 mph.
Here is a recent radar grab.
Today’s view from space is back to the overcast and cloud.
Monday across the Western isles is going to see another showery. Some of these will be heavy at times. Brisk winds and a few sunny spells and feeling cool again. Winds of 20/40 mph again but easing as the day goes on.
Monday across the UK will be cooler with winds easing. High pressure builds in and a mixture of sunshine and showers.
Tuesday across the Western isles we are going to see an overcast day with some sunshine. Winds will ease. Some light rain and as high pressure builds. Temps around double figures.
Across the UK high pressure is firmly in charge. Cool across the North drier and sunnier across The South.
Wednesday will see a milder day across the Western isles as high pressure dominates. Some light rain and drizzle.
Across the UK fine dry and sunny with plenty of sunshine, with a few occasional spells of rain.
The week ahead will see high pressure across the Western isles. It will be mostly dry and get milder. Temps to the mid to high teens. A lot of cloud around which will be slow to clear. But In between plenty of sunshine in between.
In global weather news this stunning tornado photo was captured in South Dakota. Image credit MAMA Lonn Gogh on Twitter
And in the Eastern Pacific tropical storm Barbara has formed and is expected to become a hurricane in the coming days.
And finally here our the weather extremes for the uk for Saturday.
The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from netweather. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met office. Tropical storm image from the national hurricane centre.
Thank you for reading.