Good Afternoon Western isles and welcome to you latest weather watch blog post.
On this Tuesday afternoon we are seeing overcast conditions. Increasing amounts of sunshine and it’s largely fine and dry. Some light rain. Brisk winds. More sunshine then I was expecting.
The rest of this evening is expected to be mostly overcast with occasional spells of light rain and drizzle with some sunshine.
Today’s view from space highlights the overcast conditions with some sunshine
Thursday across the Western isles will see a largely fine and dry day. Plenty of cloud but increasing amounts of sunshine and brisk winds. Feeling warm.
Friday across the Western isles will see plenty of sunshine. Fine and dry with variable amount of cloud. Winds will increase and temps will get to the high teens.
Saturday across the Western isles will see fine dry conditions. Plenty of sunshine and feeling warm with variable amounts of cloud.
Sunday across the Western isles will see increased amounts of cloud with some spells of rain. More sunshine and feeling warm.
In global weather news it’s very active in the Atlantic and Eastern Pacific as sit at peak hurricane season.
The below image comes from the weather channel.
First we have tropical storm Humberto a major category 3 hurricane. Also tropical storm but soon to he hurricane Jerry.
In Texas they are getting soaking with heavy rainfall from tropical depression Imelda.
And this lovely news article I came across on the BBC news website
And finally here are the weather extremes across the UK on Tuesday
Thank you for reading.
The view from space comes from NASA worldview. Radar comes from Netweather. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met office website. Hurricane images from the national hurricane centre.