Weather Watch 12th July 2020

Good afternoon and welcome to Sundays Weather Watch taking a look at the weather for the islands, the UK and around the Globe.

On this Sunday afternoon we are seeing mainly dry conditions across the islands. The cloud is dominating but there is some sunshine the best of the sunshine has been across the Uists and Barra so far today. Winds are under 20 mph and we have seen a high 16C

We are now going to take a look at the next few days weather. All the images show below come from the Met office and can be found by following this link https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/maps-and-charts/surface-pressure

Monday – across the islands will see a day of sunshine and showers. These will be heavy at times. Winds again brisk gusting 30 to 40 mph. This will all be in association with the low pressure 1007 mb and fronts moving across the Islands.

For the UK drier and bright for the South East but elsewhere brisk winds and some scattered showers and feeling warm. Multiple fronts sit across the UK.

Tuesday – across the islands. Winds will ease. However we will see overcast conditions with some light rain at times. The best of the drier and brighter weather will be across the Uists and Barra.

For the UK high pressure remains in control. Some showers at times but these will largely clear away away from the far North West.

Wednesday across the islands another overcast day with spells of light rain and drizzle. Winds are expected to ease for a time. Multiple weather fronts sit across the Islands.

For the UK on wednesday we are going to see some showers around. Becoming drier later. High pressure sits to the south West of the UK 1031mb with low pressure across iceland 995mb both influencing our weather.

Long range for the island. Staying showers towards the end of next week. In to the weekend and there are some signs of more sunshine at times and a little warmer. However that is a long way off as yet. A full in depth week ahead forecast will be posted later today.

Weather News

Things are pretty calm across the UK at the moment. A couple of stunning Halos were captured in Lothian in recent days.

Once again comet NOWISE has been dominating the headlines. This stunning image was captured by Stephen Cheatley photography in Blackpool.

In New York tropical storm Fay brought flooding to the Subway system.

And large hail fell in Kansas last night

Thank you for reading I hope you have enjoyed it. Any feedback is welcome.

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