Good evening Western isles and welcome to the latest Weather Watch blog
Radar is currently down across most of the Western isles, so kinda doing the old fashioned way. We are seeing some sunshine and showers. A few of these are heavy with a few sunny spells breezy winds.
This evening will see a mixture of sunshine and cloud with some more scattered showers which will be heavy at times. Plenty of cloud.
Today’s view from space highlights the mixture of sunshine and cloud across the Western isles.
Wednesday across the Western isles will see a dry start but cloud will increase and we will see heavy rain push into all parts. Some sunny intervals. Winds of 10/25 mph. Temps struggle in the low teens.
Wednesday across the UK will see more unsettled conditions with further rain heavy at times. Thundery showers for the South. Overcast but drier for the North East.
Thursday across the Western isles and we are expected to see a more settled drier day after overnight rain clears. We are going to see sunshine and cloud with some light showers. This is due to a brief ride of high pressure building.
Thursday for most of the UK will be more settled as a brief ridge of high pressure builds in. However showers for the rest. All eyes to the west as low pressure 992mg will bring wind and rain on Friday.
Friday across the Western isles and we are going to see heavy rain push in and string winds as low pressure moves across Scotland. Winds could gust 40/50 mph across the Western isles with heavy rain.
Friday will see strong winds and rain move across the UK with winds gusting 40/50 mph with heavy rain. Another fairly deep area of low pressure for August 982 mb.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms for central England on Wednesday. The full warning can be found via the Met Office website or app for the latest updates and information.
In global weather news kangaroos were videoed In the snow in Australia. A rare and unseal sight.
Typhoon Krosa is expected hit Japan on Wednesday bringing strong winds and rain to the area. Red warnings has been issued.
And finally here are the weather extremes for the UK for Monday
The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from netweather, pressure charts and extremes from the Met Office.
Thank you for reading.