Welcome to Sunday’s Weather Watch taking a look at the weather for the next 3 days in depth for the Western Isles as well as covering the latest weather news from the UK and around the Globe.
On this Sunday afternoon we are seeing rain moving across the Western Isles this is heavy in places. The cloud is dominating. Winds under 20 mph and todays high of 10.9C so far.
The next 3 days
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
Monday – low pressure sits close to Ireland and dominates the UK weather. For us overnight into Monday, we are going to see an overcast night. A scattering of showers and these could be heavy at times but for most, it’s expected to be dry. Winds gusting 30/40 mph but easing as the day goes on. Monday itself will see a mixture of sunshine and showers. These will occasionally be heavy at times. Not all will see showers. Becoming drier into the late evening. Winds will be Friday. Winds will ease under 20 mph. A milder day with temps of 6C to 14C
Tuesday – Low pressure still close to Ireland. We will see a cloud dominated day. Some early morning rain and drizzle before further showers and longer spells of rain move in during the afternoon and early evening. Winds will be from the South East around 20/30 mph with some gusts reaching 40 mph for a time. Temps of 6C to 12C
Wednesday – low pressure still remains in charge of the weather across the UK. For us in the Western isles we are expecting to see a better day. It’s going to be a day of sunshine and cloud. A few scattered showers. But most places are expected to stay dry. Winds will be from the North East around 10/30 mph. Temps of 6C to 13C
UK Weather News
Finally the UK well in most places has seen some warmer weather
It was a wet 24 hours across Wales
Global Weather News
The first named storm of the Eastern Pacific hurricane season had formed Andres
Thunderstorms in Malaga
and a waterspout
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