Good afternoon Western isles and welcome to the latest weather watch blog post.
On this Saturday afternoon we are seeing plenty of blue skies and sunshine. Temps into the high teens and just creeping over 20C strong winds for the Uists and Barra. A few stubborn clouds.
The rest of the day will see cloud increase a little chance of some patchy light rain but for most plenty of sunshine and feeling warm.
Sunday across the western isles will see another warm day with a mixture of sunshine and cloud. Brisk winds again with some patchy rain at times.
Monday across the Western isles an overcast day is expected. The cloud dominating with some spells of rain. Still feeling warm.
Tuesday across the Western isles and another overcast day with some sunshine at times. Breezy with some spells of rain. Heavy in the morning.
Looking ahead long range and becoming showery with breezy conditions.
In UK weather news the Met office have issued yellow weather warnings for rain for Northern Ireland for today and SW England for tomorrow. The full warnings and latest updates can be found via the Met office website or app.
In global weather news hurricane Jerry has weakened to a tropical storm as it heads toward Bermuda.
In the Western Pacific typhoon Tapah is heading toward the Korea and South West Japan which could have impacts on the rugby World Cup in the coming days.
And finally here are the weather extremes for Friday across the UK.
Thank you for reading. The radar comes from Netweather. Pressure charts, warnings and extremes from the Met office. Hurricane images from the Met office or the national hurricane centre.