Good afternoon Western isles on this Monday afternoon we are seeing plenty of cloud across the Western Isles. With brisk winds across the Western Isles. The cloud is dominating for most but not everywhere as we are seeing some sunny spells the best of these today have been across Barra.
The rest of this evening is going to see more of the same we are going to see scattered showers some of these heavy at times. In between some sunny spells and brisk wins which will ease for a time.
Today’s view from space highlights the overcast conditions that most people have seen today. As you can see from this the best of the sunshine has been across Barra.
Tuesday across the Western Isles is going to see a showery start on Tuesday, however conditions will improve as the day goes on. We’re going to see a mixture of sunshine and cloud with the occasional Showers around. This will once again be accompanied by brisk north-westerly winds this will help to keep temperatures down once again.
Tuesday for the UK is going to see plenty of warm and sunny spells. It will be cooler in the north with showers here and a few showers. High-pressure dominates the weather but an occluded front sits across North East Scotland.
Wednesday across the Western Isles is going to see another sunshine and showers day. Some of these will be heavy at times but in between we should see some decent and prolonged sunshine. Winds are expected to ease.
Wednesday across the UK and high-pressure still dominates giving mainly settled dry and sunny conditions. Cooler and showery once again in the north.
Thursday across the Western Isles and we are likely to see some heavy and persistent rain moving across the Western Isles. Still some uncertainty as to how much rain we will see but it’s likely to be persistent and slow moving around much of the day as weather fronts cross the Western Isles.
Thursday for the UK and high-pressure still dominates across the south. This shifts a little bit more out into the Atlantic. Weather fronts slide into the north of Scotland bringing rain at times.
Looking ahead long-range and there’s not really much that changes with the weather for the next we while high-pressure dominating days of sunshine and showers and brisk wind is mainly from the north and north-west.
In global weather news a freak hailstorm has delivered 6 feet of ice to parts of Mexico this image below comes from Guadalajara
In the eastern Pacific tropical storm Barbara is expected in the next couple of hours To become hurricane Barbara and will strengthen further and become the first major hurricane of the season. However at this stage this hurricane is expected to stay away from land.
And finally here are the weather extremes for Sunday across the UK.
The radar comes from netweather. The view from space comes from NASA worldview, pressure charts, extremes from the Met Office. Hurricane images from the national hurricane centre. Hail image from bbc weather.
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