Sunday 14th July Weather Watch

Good morning Western Isles and welcome to another Weather Watch. This is a slightly earlier one today due to travelling.

On this Sunday morning we are seeing a mixture of sunshine and cloud. The cloud is starting to break and we are seeing more sunshine and some of the sunshine is hazy. It is feeling warm and it is dry. There is still some mist and fog patches around.

The rest of the day should be largely fine and dry the odd light shower cannot be ruled out. We should see plenty of sunshine hazy at times and the cloud will prove stubborn to shift in places. Winds will be light.

Monday across the Western Isles is going to see a fine and dry day, we are going to see plenty of sunshine prolonged at times and feeling warm. Clouds will increase as we go into the afternoon. High-pressure still dominates our weather.

Monday across the UK should be largely fine and dry and sunny with some cloud and a few isolated showers feeling warm.

Tuesday across the Western Isles and it’s all set to change as low-pressure moves closer to the Western Isles. We are going to see rain at times which will be heavy and possibly persistent it will also feel cooler and breezy. A cold front is expected to move across the Western Isles.

Tuesday across the UK and high-pressure sits to the south and east and a cold front moves in from the west bringing on settled and showery conditions with heavier rain for the north-west.

Wednesday across the Western Isles and we are going to see further unsettled conditions with spells of rain which will be heavy and possibly persistent at times. Low-pressure 999 mbar move close to the Western Isles bring the unsettled weather. We will also see winds increase and in between some sunny spells.

Wednesday across the UK and conditions turning more unsettled as low-pressure sits to the west of the Western Isles this will bring rain and stronger winds too many parts of the UK.

Looking ahead to The rest of next week and we are going to see further unsettled conditions across the Western Isles as low-pressure sits close by. I will do a full update on next weeks forecast on the blog later this evening.

In Nebraska on Saturday this incredible tornado photo was captured.

Also on Saturday hurricane Barry made landfall on Louisiana bringing flooding and strong winds.

And finally here are the weather extremes for the UK for Saturday.

Radar comes from netweather. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met office. Tornado image from tornado videos.com

Thank you for reading.

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