Good afternoon Western Isles and welcome to your latest weather watch blog.
On this Friday afternoon we are seeing find dry and sunny conditions across much of the Western Isles there is some stubborn to clear cloud and a gentle breeze for most.
Rest of this evening should be fine dry and bright with a mixture of sunshine and cloud feeling warm.
Today’s view from space highlights the mixture of sunshine and cloud with the very best of the sunshine being across the Uists and Barra.
Saturday across the Western Isles and we are going to see some mist and fog to start the day the greatest risk will be across the island of Harris. It’s going to be an overcast start to the day but we will see increasing amounts of sunshine sunshine will be prolonged at times and it will feel warm. The clouds will increase once again as we go into the evening and there is a risk of a few scattered showers. It will become a little more breezy as the day goes on.
Saturday across the UK and we are going to see a mixture of sunshine and scattered showers but cloud and rain approaching from the west.
Sunday across the Western Isles and we are going to see showers starting to move in some of these will be heavy at times we also going to see the cloud increase and the wind to become more breezy it will feel a little cooler than of late.
Sunday across the UK and low-pressure dominates the weather. We are going to see some rain and possibly thundery showers developing. The best of the weather will be in the east.
Monday once again across the Western Isles is going to see a fairly mild day with mostly light winds we are going to see some overnight rain which we have at times. But into Monday itself is gonna be a mixture of sunshine and cloud with the occasional spells of light rain and drizzle.
Sunday across the UK as low pressure sits by it’s going to be a showery day. Will be very warm and humid especially for the south and east.
Looking ahead long-range and next week is looking quite on settled to start the week with plenty of rain and mostly light winds.
In UK weather news Government authorities and emergency services are still attempting to bring the damp situation at the Whaley Bridge under control with an RAF Chinnook been drafted in to help. Click the link below for the latest information from BBC News.
The Met office has issued a yellow thunderstorm warning for parts of the UK for Sunday. The full warning can be found via the Met Office website or app for the very latest information and updates.
Across many parts of Scotland on Thursday funnel clouds were spotted. Funnel clouds look like tornadoes but only become a tornado if they touch the ground.
Global weather news monsoon rains are bringing heavy rainfall to India
And finally here are the weather extremes for the UK for Thursday.
Thank you for reading. The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from netweather. Pressure charts and warnings from the Met office.