Good Evening Western isles and welcome To your latest Weather Watch blog post.
On this Tuesday evening we are seeing some rain moving across the Western Isles Occasionally heavy at times with blustery winds the cloud is dominating with a few sunny spells.
The rest of this evening he’s going to see a fairly cloud dominated end to the day with scattered showers and a few sunny spells with some clear skies after sunset.
This afternoon’s view from space highlights the fact that we have seen some sunshine across the western house today it’s been cloudy across Lewis and Harris and with spells of rain around.
Wednesday across the Western Isles are we going to see a windy day when is it going to cost 40 to 50 mph throughout the day it’s going to be an much cooler day with scattered showers and some longer spells of rain at times.
Thursday across the Western Isles and we are going to see a day of sunshine and showers these will be heavy at times and into the evening we are also going to see some longer spells of rain moving in. We are also going to see blustery winds throughout the day.
Friday across the Western Isles And once again we are going to see further showers and blustery winds as low-pressure sit to the north-east and high-pressure to the south.
And global weather news and we are still talking about hurricane Dorian and it’s going to be a long road to recovery for the Bermuda Dorian has been slow moving and at times stationary over parts of the island bringing wins in excess of 150 mph for over 36 hours it is slowly jogging Northwest I will bring storm surge and damaging conditions to parts of the south-east of the United States.
This hurricane has brought a damaging and catastrophic damage to the infrastructure in Bermuda. It is going to take a long time for this area to recover and I’ll be dealing with the impact for very long time. The latest information and warnings can be found via the National hurricane centre website.
And this view of the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic highlights hurricane Dorian and also tropical depression seven which is expected to become a tropical storm and heading to Mexico in the next 24 hours.
And finally here are the weather extremes across the UK on Monday.
Thank you for reading. The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar from netweather. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met Office. Hurricane images from hurricane centre.