Good Afternoon Western isles on this Saturday afternoon we are seeing an overcast day for most. Some sunshine and brisk winds with some light rain and drizzle.
The rest of this evening will see more in the way of sunshine but still plenty of cloud with light rain and drizzle.
Today’s view from space highlights how overcast it is across the Western Isles.
Sunday across the Western isles will see plenty of sunshine. Prolonged sunshine with even wall to wall to sunshine for a time across the Uists and Barra. Variable amounts of cloud and the odd light shower cannot be ruled out.
Across the UK mostly fine and dry with a few showers across the North and East. Plenty of sunshine. High pressure dominating.
Monday across the Western Isles will see a mostly fine and dry day. Plenty of sunshine but increasingly cloud with chance of rain by the evening. Brisk winds but feeling milder.
Monday across the UK will see a chilly start but lately fine and dry with rain risk increasing into the evening.
Tuesday across the Western Isles will see a cloud dominated day. We are going to see rain which will be heavy at times. A few sunny spells. Brisk winds.
Across the UK on Tuesday weather fronts will move in. Introducing wet and windy conditions to most areas. Staying drier for the South.
Into next week for the Western isles. High pressure dominating with light winds but plenty of cloud and rain with spells of sunshine.
In global weather news tropical storm Cosme has formed in the eastern Pacific. It’s the 3rd name storm of the season.
In none weather news a massive earthquake hit California overnight. I have friends some 200 miles away from epicentre who felt this earthquake.
And finally here our the weather extremes for Friday across the UK.
The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from Netweather. Pressure charts and extremes the Met office. Earthquake update from AP and hurricane image from national hurricane centre.
Thank you for reading.