Good afternoon Western Isles and welcome to your Friday Weather Watch.
We have once again seen a wet day across the Western Isles and this afternoon we are still seeing light rain and drizzle with plenty of cloud around. Winds are brisk and it’s feeling cool.
For the rest of today we are going to see the cloud start to break and increasing amounts of sunshine. The light rain and drizzle is expected to clear away we are still going to hang onto some cloud and the occasional isolated shower but for most it should be fine dry.
Today’s view from a space and once again it shows cloudy conditions across the Western Isles. The best of the sunshine across the UK today has been across the South.
Saturday across the Western Isles will see increasing amounts of sunshine, the sunshine will occasionally be prolonged. Variable amounts of cloud with the occasional shower. It will feel warmer then of light.
Saturday across the UK and it be mainly dry in the north. But cooler and fresher as the cold front moves southwards. This cold front will bring some light rain and drizzle. The very far south will stay warm and sunny.
Sunday across the Western Isles and high-pressure builds in. We should see a largely fine dry and sunny day with prolonged sunshine. variable amounts of cloud and the occasional shower cannot be ruled out.
Sunday across the UK and it’s going to be a cooler day high-pressure dominates. With plenty of sunshine and variable amounts of cloud. The cold front lingers across the south.
Monday across the Western Isles and we’re going to see an increasing amount of cloud. Plenty of sunny spells and the occasional shower but most places are expected to stay dry.
On Monday across the UK high-pressure dominates the weather is going to be largely fine and dry weather fronts will make progress into the UK pushing into Ireland first.
In global weather news out in the eastern Pacific hurricane Barbara is significantly weakening and is expected to become a tropical storm later today.
And finally here are the weather extremes for the UK for Thursday
The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from netweather. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met Office. Hurricane images from the national hurricane centre.
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