Sunday 22nd September Weather Watch

Good afternoon Western isles and welcome to the latest weather watch blog.

On this Sunday afternoon as are seeing brisk winds. A mixture of sunshine and cloud. Some showers and these are heavy in places. It’s feeling warm.

The rest of the afternoon will see the cloud dominating with outbreaks of rain which will be heavy at times. Most places will stay dry.

Monday across the Western isles will see a cloud dominating day. Early morning heavy rain. Then Some showers but again well scattered. Brisk winds and some sunny spells. Low pressure sits south west of Ireland which will keep conditions unsettled this week.

Tuesday across the Western isles will be overcast with a few sunny spells and stronger winds. Winds easing and becoming drier as the day goes on.

Wednesday across the Western isles will be largely fine and dry with plenty of sushi be but the cloud increases as the day goes on. Winds increasing and heavy rain moves in later.

Long range and it’s looking unsettled for the end of next week.

In UK weather news the Met office has issued a yellow weather warning for rain for Tuesday for southern England. Full warning and latest updates can be found via the Met office website or app.

In global weather news we have double tropical mischief with tropical storm Jerry and newly formed tropical storm Karen. The latest on both can be found via the national hurricane centre website.

And finally here are the weather extremes for Saturday across the UK

Thank you for reading.

Radar comes from Netweather. Pressure charts, warnings and extremes from the Met office. Hurricane images from the national hurricane centre.

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