Good evening Western Isles and welcome to your latest Weather Watch blog.
On this Friday evening we are seeing a largely fine and dry evening we are seeing some light rain and drizzle with the occasional heavy shower plenty of cloud with some sunny spells and still strong winds that have been gusting 30 to 40 mph.
The rest of this evening he’s going to be more of the same we are going to see overcast conditions with the occasional sunny spell and brisk winds the winds will slowly ease.
Across the Western Isles on Saturday and it’s going to be a lot less windy day we are going to see plenty of cloud with some light rain and drizzle with occasional outbreaks of heavy rain. Some sunshine and this will be from the times but for most the cloud will be dominating and it will be feeling warm.
Across the UK on Saturday and they will see some mist and fog patches for England and Wales winds are going to be mostly light apart from some West Coast areas. It’s going to be warm with temperatures reaching the mid to high 20s.
Sunday across the Western Isles and it’s looking like the best day of the weekend with plenty of sunshine and feeling warm variable amounts of cloud and the odd shower cannot be ruled out. Winds are expected to be light.
Sunday across the UK and high-pressure is dominating much of the weather and week low-pressure sits to the north-east of Scotland. It’s going to be mist cloud and some light rain and drizzle in places.
Monday across the Western Isles and we expected to see more of the unsettled wet and windy conditions across the Western Isles as the Atlantic returns once again. The rain will be heavy at times and the winds gusting 30 to 40 mph.
Monday across the UK and it’s going to be wet and windy with strengthening wind is pushing in from the west and further spells of heavy and possibly persistent rain drier and brighter for the east and south-east corner of the United Kingdom it will feel warm again and there is a risk of some thunder storms.
In global weather news tropical storm Bailu is expected to make landfall on Taiwan brining strong winds and heavy rain.
And finally here are the weather extremes across the UK on Thursday.
Thank you for reading.
The radar comes from netweather. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met Office.
Hurricane image from BBC weather