Weather Watch 29th August 2020

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

On this Saturday afternoon we are seeing a mixture of sunshine and cloud. Some decent and prolonged sunshine. A few showers around but for now it is dry with a few more showers possible later. Max temp so far today of 14C. Winds mainly under 20 mph.

We are now going to take a look at the next few days weather. All the images shown 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

Western Isles ā€“ (UK outlook follows below)

Sunday – As high pressure takes control of the weather across the islands we should see a fine and dry day with a mixture of sunshine and cloud with light winds. It will be chilly again overnight into Sunday and again into Monday. The best of the sunshine will be in the afternoon and early evening. Winds under 15 mph. Min and max temps of 6C to 15C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Monday – After a chilly start temperatures will recover and we are going to see a mainly fine and dry day with a mixture of sunshine and cloud. Winds will increase into the evening with a risk of some showers later. Feeling milder on the sunshine.

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Tuesday – Overnight rain as we go Monday into Tuesday. It will be a breezy day but mainly dry with winds gusting 30 to 40 mph. A mixture of sunshine and cloud and will be much milder then we have seen of late.

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

UK Forecast

On Sunday it will be a mainly fine and dry day. We are going to see plenty of sunshine a fews scattered showers. It will be a chilly start. Monday mainly fine and dry with a mixture of sunshine and cloud. But winds increase and rain moves in to the West later. Monday a mainly dry day with rain for Northern England and parts of Scotland. Milder than over the weekend.

Global Weather News

This utterly breathtaking waterspout was captured in Italy in the last couple of hours.

Credit to the International Waterspout research centre

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