Sunday 28th July Weather Watch

Good afternoon Western Isles and here is your latest Weather Watch blog. I took a day off yesterday to recharge the batteries it got quite hectic in the last couple of weeks doing the festival forecasts as well.

On the Sunday afternoon we are seeing largely dry and fine conditions at the moment. Some light rain and drizzle we are seeing plenty of sunshine with brisk winds variable amounts of cloud with some mist and low cloud.

The rest of today will see a mixture of sunshine and showers with some longer spells of rain pushing in these will be heavy at times and possibly thundery winds will be brisk.

Monday across the Western Isles will see another day of sunshine and showers some of these will be heavy at times. In between some dry and bright conditions the best of the dry and bright conditions will be during the morning.

Monday across the UK and we are going to see showery conditions for the northern half find dry and bright for the southern half but low-pressure lurks to the south of the UK.

Tuesday across the Western Isles Will be largely fine and dry with the light winds it will be feeling warm and plenty of cloud and some sunny spells the occasional heavy shower cannot be ruled out.

Tuesday across the UK and it’s going to be an on settled day with low pressure sitting across the southern half of the UK. This will bring heavy rain and thundery showers with brisk winds.

Wednesday across the Western Isles and we’re going to see a largely fine and dry day. We going to see plenty of sunshine and light winds with a variable amounts of cloud feeling warm and pleasant.

Wednesday across the UK is high pressure builds and it should be a largely fine and dry day with some coastal showers for the eastern half of the UK.

In the UK weather news the Met office have issued a yellow weather warning for rain which is currently ongoing for parts of Southwest Scotland and England. Full warning can be found via the Met office website or app for the latest information and updates.

The current rainfall hitting Manchester has resulted in flooding occurring this afternoon.

Met office has also issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms for much of Wales and Southwest England for Tuesday again the full warning and latest updates can be found via the Met Office website or app.

In global weather news tropical storm Erick has formed between Mexico and Hawaii and is likely to bring heavy rains and possibly strong winds to Hawaii later next week.

I’m finally here are the weather extremes for the UK for Saturday.

Radar comes from netweather. Pressure charts, warnings and extremes from the Met Office. Tropical storm images from the national hurricane centre.

Thank you for reading.

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