Thursday 26th September Weather Watch

Good Afternoon Western isles and welcome to the latest weather watch blog post. Where things still remain fairly quite weather wise.

On this Thursday afternoon we are seeing mixed conditions. Plenty of blue skies and sunshine brisk winds. However we are seeing showers and some of these are merging into some longer spells of run. It’s feeling warm again.

This evening will see further outbreaks of rain heavy at times. Especially for Lewis later in the evening. Some sunny spells and a chance the showers could be thundery.

Friday across the Western isles will see fairly dry and settled conditions. A few scattered showers heavy at times and light winds.

Saturday across the Western isles will see a day of sunshine and showers. Mostly light winds. The showers are expected to be mostly light.

Sunday across the Western isles a largely fine and dry day with plenty of cloud. Some sunny spells. The odd scattered shower and feeling cooler of late with winds come from the North and North East.

Looking ahead to next week and it’s looking cooler and windy. But staying largely dry.

In UK weather news and an area of low pressure will move across the UK bringing wet and windy conditions to England and Wales. The Met office have issued a yellow weather warning for rain for Saturday and Sunday. The full warning and latest updates can be found via the Met office website or app.

In global weather news tropical storm Karen has been battling against unfavourable conditions. However hurricane Lorenzo is a stunning category 4 hurricane way out in the middle of the central Atlantic. The latest updates and warnings can be found via the national hurricane centre website.

And finally here are the weather extremes across the UK on Wednesday. Please note stornoway was the sunniest.

Thank you for reading.

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

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