Good evening Western isles and welcome to the latest weather watch blog.
On this Tuesday evening we are seeing mostly fine and dry conditions across the Western isles. Plenty of cloud. Some decent evening sunshine. Winds are mostly light. A few light showers around.
Wednesday across the Western isles will see another largely dry and warm day. Plenty of cloud but some sunshine with light rain and drizzle. Brisk winds.
Thursday across the Western isles will see a day of sunshine and showers. These will be heavy at times. In between some prolonged sunshine. Heavier overnight rain into Thursday. Brisk winds again.
Friday across the Western isles and more of the same we are going to see a mixture of sunshine and showers. These will he mostly light we are going to see brisk winds.
Long range it looks set to stay unsettled as we go into the weekend.
In UK weather news and parts of England have seen a months worth of rainfall in the one day. Heavy rain has caused flooding and weather warnings have been issued. The latest can be found via the Met office website or app.
In tropical weather news tropical storm Karen and Jerry are expected to bring rainfall and strong winds to Caribbean islands and to Bermuda respectively in the coming day. Tropical storm Lorenzo is not a threat to land at this stage but is expected to become a major hurricane hurricane in the Eastern Atlantic by the end of the week.
And finally here are the weather extremes across the UK for Monday.
Thank you for reading. The radar comes from Netweather. Pressure charts and extremes from the Met office. Rainfall images from the BBC. Hurricane images from the national hurricane centre.