Good morning Western Isles this is your morning brief
On this Friday morning, we are seeing a cold icy start to the day. we are seeing squally showers progressing across the islands. Some of these are wintry in nature. Winds gusting 40 mph and an overnight low of 2.4C
Today – A day of sunshine and squally showers. These heavy and at times wintry in nature with hail and sleet mixed in. Some of these could be thundery at times. The showers ease into the evening and a risk of frost and ice again. Winds of 10 to 30 mph but also winds easing.
Saturday – Spells of rain heavy at times along with brisk winds. Gusting 40 mph.
Sunday – Rain and showers breezy. Winds gusting 50 to 60 mph.
Monday – Now there is an increasing risk that a small but intense area of low pressure moves across the entire Western Isles during the early hours of Monday morning with winds gusting 60 to 70 mph possibly even stronger may be up to 80 mph. It’s worth keeping an eye on which I will do. No Met Office warning at this stage but will keep you updated. The rest of the day would see winds ease. Some sunny spells and showers.
Have a great day