Weather Watch 28th July 2020

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

On this Tuesday afternoon we are seeing showers move across the island. These are heavy in places. Drier and brighter across the Uists and Barra. We are seeing increasing amounts of sunshine the best of these away from the showers. Winds so far today have gusted 40 mph.

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 –

Wednesday – across the islands. A few scattered light showers. But these will clear away during the morning. We should see a fine and dry day with plenty of sunshine and lighter winds. Still quite a bit of cloud. Feeling warmer with temps in the mid to high teens.

Across the UK the low pressure and winds move away from the North East. A brief ridge of high pressure sits in. But the next area of low pressure 995 mb moves towards ireland and will bring unsettled conditions later in the week. Wednesday however will be fine and dry with sunshine.

Thursday – Across the islands we are going to see rain move across the islands. This rain will be heavy at times. Winds are going to gust 30 to 40 mph. Possibly some gusts reaching 50 mph.

Across the UK on Thursday we are going to see a mainly fine and dry conditions. High pressure is in charge. Low pressure out West bringing strong winds and rain to the West coast and North West Scotland.

Friday across the islands and its going to be a warm day with temperatures possibly reaching 20C. Brisk winds and some occasional showers.

Across the UK and we are in a sandwich. High pressure over europe and low over the Atlantic feeing hot air across the UK. Temps in the South could reach 30C with a thundery break down to end the day.

Looking ahead to next week and its a long way off a yet but its looking mainly dry but breezy.

and finally this stunning photo was taken in Hawaii as hurricane Douglas moved passed the islands.

Thank you for reading. I hope you have enjoyed it. Feedback is always welcome.

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