Good morning Western isles and welcome to the very latest Weather Watch blog. An early update from me today. Got some time to kill which I won’t have later Today.
On this Wednesday morning we are seeing some showers moving across the Western isles on the blustery winds. Some of these are heavy in places. Brisk winds but in between some decent and prolonged sunshine.
The rest of today will be more of the same with sunshine and showers and brisk winds.
Thursday across the Western Isles will see another showery start to the day and these will be heavy at times. In between some decent and prolonged sunshine. Winds will be brisk. Best of the sunshine will be in the afternoon and evening.
Thursday across the UK will a showery and blustery day. Heavy showers at times. In between some decent and prolonged sunshine.
Friday across the Western isles and we are going to see another day of brisk winds. Showers again which will be heavy at times. Some decent and prolonged sunshine in between.
Friday for the UK stays blustery and showery for the North. High pressure builds and fine dry and settled elsewhere.
Saturday across the Western isles and the next area of low pressure comes rattling in off the Atlantic. Bringing with it further heavy and at times persistent rain. It will be windy again. Gusting 40/55 mph.
Saturday across the UK settled for the South. Fine dry and warm. Wet and windy for the North with heavy rain and gales here.
Long rang and looking ahead to next week we are expecting to see more settled weather. But a long way off yet so I will keep you updated.
In global weather news there were severe storms in Wyoming last night. This incredible hailstone image and a tornado. Image credit to respective owner in each image.
And finally here are the weather extremes for the UK for Tuesday.
Thank you for reading. The radar comes from netweather. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met Office.