Good evening Western Isles on this Monday evening we are seeing a humid end to the day. It’s mainly overcast with some rain moving across the islands heavy in places. Winds under 20 mph. Today’s high of 20.4C at Stornoway Airport is the highest at either Met Office site in the Western Isles this year.
Also makes it the highest temperature at the Stornoway site since the 31st of May 2021. Todays forecast played out how I feared it would with mist low cloud and fog. This impacted temperatures and the amount of sunshine.
Image from Roost Weather.
We are going to see another warm day on Tuesday with us again seeing the chance of temps being in the low 20s in spots.
Overnight – A cloud dominating night with spells of rain heavy at times. Possibly thundery but the risk is quite low. Some mist and low cloud. Winds under 20 mph.
Morning and afternoon – A mixed day of sunshine and cloud with further spells of rain and showers heavy at times with some drizzle mist and low cloud at times. Winds under 20 mph.
Evening – Again further spells of rain heavy at times but eventually becoming drier by the end of the night with a mixture of sunshine and cloud. Winds under 20 mph.
Winds will be from variable directions and temps of 11C to 21C
Sunrise and Sunset
Stornoway – 04:51 and 22:12
South Uist – 05:01 and 22:10
Wednesday – Sunshine and cloud with scattered showers. Some decent spells of sunshine at times. Winds under 20 mph and temps of 11C to 17C
Thursday and Friday – Sunshine and cloud mainly fine and dry with light winds. Temps of 9C to 16C
Saturday – Looks set to be a wet day with spells of rain heavy moving across the Western Isles with brisk winds. Some uncertainty as yet to the track of the area of low pressure and how much rain we will see.
The Met Office surface pressure chart below shows the area of low pressure.
Have a great evening