Good afternoon and welcome to the second TMF forecast. We are doing forecasts for Thursday until next Monday. We will be doing daily updates either first thing in the morning or in the afternoon with the very latest for that day.
So high pressure is expected to dominate the weather. However, it is looking increasingly likely that fronts and nearby areas of low pressure will have an influence on the weather across Tiree this week. Let’s break this down further.
At the moment it is looking like an overcast day with an increasing chance of sunshine later in the day with some patchy light rain and drizzle. Pollen levels are expected to be high so be prepared for that. Winds of 10 to 20 mph from the North West. Temps of 12C to 17C
A little bit of uncertainty with Friday at the moment. So of the weather forecasting model output is suggesting a fine and dry day with some decent sunshine later in the day after a cloudy start. However, there is not a universal agreement on this with some of the forecast model output suggesting that some showers could occur during the afternoon and evening but expecting to be well scattered. Winds under 20 mph from the North West. Temps of 12C to 16C
Again some uncertainty with Saturday. One of the main forecast models is suggesting a fine and dry day with sunshine and cloud. But the other main model is suggesting that rain will move across the island into the evening and bring at times some heavy rain. So will keep you updated. Winds will be from the West and South West. Temps of 12C to 16C
Sunday and Monday
A long way off as yet but we are likely to see rain and showers moving across the island on both days. This will be heavy at times. The area of high pressure declines away allowing more mobile weather to move across the island. Winds could gust up to 40 mph for a time.
I will keep you posted. Tomorrows update should drop tomorrow afternoon.