Thursday morning brief

Good morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Thursday morning, We are seeing an overcast morning with some clear spells. Light rain and drizzle in places. Some mist and low cloud in patches. Winds under 20 mph. Overnight low of 12.4C

Today’s pollen forecast is Low

Today – Mainly overcast day with spells of light rain and drizzle at times. Some sunny intervals that will increase into the evening. Mist and low cloud at times. Winds under 20 mph from the North West. Temps of 11C to 17C

Friday, Saturday and Sunday – Overcast with sunshine at times. Drizzle and light winds.

Have a great day.

Weather Watch 28th July 2021

Welcome to Wednesday’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 Wednesday evening we are seeing a scattering of evening showers these occasionally heavy. Winds gusting 30 mph. Todays high of 17C

The next 3 days

We are now going to take a look at the next few days weather for the Western Isles. 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

Thursday – Low pressure to the North East of the UK and weather fronts linger across the UK. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see an overcast day with some rain and showers. These wont be as heavy or as persistent as they were on Wednesday. Spells of lighter rain and drizzle. Some sunshine at times but mostly the cloud will dominate. Winds will be from the North and North West around 10 to 25 mph. Temps of 11C to 16C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Friday – Low pressure sits across Southern parts of the UK. Whilst a decaying cold front moves down from the North. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see another overcast day with spells of light rain and a few scattered showers. The evening will bring increasing amounts of sunshine. Winds will be from the North and North West under 20 mph. Temps of 11C to 17C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Saturday

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

UK Weather News

A Met Office yellow weather warning for wind has been issued for South West England

Been another day of thunderstorms across the UK

Flooding in Scotland

Met Office Amber warning remains in place

Waterspout in Wales

Global Weather News

Severe floods in India

Thanks for reading any feedback is welcome!

Wednesday morning brief

Good morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Wednesday morning, We are seeing heavy and persistent rain moving across the Western Isles. The heaviest across Lewis and Harris at the moment. The cloud is dominating. Winds under 20 mph and an overnight low of 12.2C

Today’s pollen forecast is Low

Today – We are going to see further rounds of rain which will be heavy and persistent at times. Some drier spells but occasional light rain and drizzle. Becoming drier for most by late evening. The cloud will dominate. Some fleeting sunny spells. Winds of 10 to 30 mph from the North East to the North West. Temps of 12C to 17C

Thursday and Friday Overcast scattered showers winds becoming lighter.

Saturday – Overcast with sunny spells feeling cooler.

Have a great day.

Wednesday’s forecast – The balance between its good for the garden and its freaking supposed to be summer!

Good evening Western Isles on this Tuesday evening we are seeing bands of rain moving across the islands with rain and drizzle. Plenty of dry interludes. Winds under 20 mph. Todays high of 15.7C

Overnight – We are going to see a cloud dominating night with rounds of rain moving across the Western Isles. This will be heavy and persistent at times. Some dry spells. With some of the heavier bursts, we could see increased amounts of surface water for a time during the early hours. Winds of 10 to 30 mph.

Wednesday – It’s going to be an overcast day with a few sunny spells. But largely grey. We are going to see rain and drizzle moving across the Western Isles with bands of heavy rain moving across the Western Isles at times. In some spots some persistent and heavy rain at times. Again the accumulation of rainfall could result in increased amounts of surface water for a time. There will still be plenty of dry spells in between the heaviest of the rain. Winds of 10 to 30 mph.

Winds will be from variable directions but largely from the North and North East for Lewis and Harris. West and North West for Uist and Barra. Temps of 11C to 16C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 05:08 and 21:54

South Uist – 05:18 and 21:53

Thursday – Showers with light winds sunny spells.

Friday and Saturday – Sunshine and cloud and feeling cooler.

Please do NOT use Western Isles Weather for the protection of life and property please follow local and national government issued warnings and advice. Please have more than one source for weather information, Such as the Met Office and Police.

The last 7 days of photos taken in the Western Isles – 27th July 2021

Hello and welcome to the last 7 days photographs. A selection of stunning photographs of the Western Isles taken by you and shared by us. Between the 19th July and 26th July.

Beach Clean Cnoc Point – Susan Dobell

May be an image of coast and nature

Reef Beach – 21st July

Originally tweeted by Uist Cottages (@UistCottages) on July 26, 2021.

Mingulay bay on Tuesday

Originally tweeted by 𝙄𝙨𝙡𝙚 𝙤𝙛 𝘽𝙖𝙧𝙧𝙖 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 (@BarraIsland) on July 25, 2021.

Dalmore, Saturday 24th July

Originally tweeted by Laura NicIllInnein (@LauraBharabhais) on July 26, 2021.

Keose, Lochs, taken on 24 July

Originally tweeted by lochiegirl (@lochiegirl) on July 25, 2021.

Shawbost – Niki Church

May be an image of sky and nature

Eorodale – Coinneach Ban

May be an image of nature and grass

Valley – Fiona Drane

May be an image of nature and coast

Mangersta Beach – Kavein Haswell

May be an image of coast and nature

Loch Broom – Janis Piggott Paterson

May be an image of grebe, twilight, nature and lake

Bayble Beach – Kenny Ferguson

May be an image of nature

New Valley – Maggie Macleod

May be an image of bird, sky and nature

Scalpay – Liz Sutherland

May be an image of body of water and nature

Leverburgh – Katelin Morrison

May be an image of lake

Borve Harris – Lesley Dantinnes

May be an image of beach, coast, ocean, sky and nature

Dalmore – Finlay Calum Macaulay

May be an image of coast, nature, ocean and beach

Gress – Claire Coldock

May be an image of twilight, beach, nature, ocean, coast and sky

Mealista – Nikki Crabtree

May be an image of nature, ocean and coast

Sandwick – Pam Macleod

May be an image of sky, fog and tree

Dail Mor – Sarah Morrison

May be an image of twilight, beach, ocean, sky and nature

Scarista – Màiri Robertson Carrey

May be an image of coast, nature, ocean and beach

Holm – Carolyn Prosser

May be an image of grass and nature

Luskentyre – Maree Hoy

May be an image of nature and ocean

Castlebay – Diane Dillerstone

May be an image of nature and body of water

Horgabost – Cat Macleod

May be an image of nature, sky, mountain and twilight

Loch Roag – Cat Fitzsimmons

May be an image of nature

Cromore – Andrea Fuggles

May be an image of twilight, lake, sky, nature and mountain

View of War Memorial – Margaret Anne Montgomery

May be an image of tree, nature and cloud

Stornoway – Jane Maciver

May be an image of nature, tree and body of water

Scarista – Ellen Goldie McDougall

May be an image of twilight, ocean, sky and nature

Vatisker – Cheryl MacLachlan

May be an image of nature and ocean

Northon – Les Wood

May be an image of nature

Bernery – Andry Drane

May be an image of flower and nature

Achmore – Susanne Erbida

May be an image of body of water and nature

Breasclete – Fiona Craig

May be an image of nature and grass

Luskentyre – Julie Morrison

No photo description available.

Thank you to everyone who shared photos.

Met Office Rain and Thunderstorm warnings for parts of Scotland 27th, 28th and 29th July.

Good evening all and welcome to this extra blog covering the Met Office warning for rain and thunderstorms for parts of Scotland for the next three days. No warnings have been issued for the Western Isles. But it is the schools holidays so people will be travelling and we have a number of followers outside the Western Isles.

An Amber Met Office warning for thunderstorms remains in place until 22:00

A Met Office Amber warning for rain is also in place from 0600 Tuesday until 0600 Wednesday

A Yellow weather warning for rain is also in place

The full warnings and latest updates can be found here https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/uk-warnings#?date=2021-07-27&id=bb792cb0-684a-49f3-9f9a-c14dcebdacd7

There also 15 flood alerts in places

More here https://www.sepa.org.uk/environment/water/flooding/

Please do NOT use Western Isles Weather for the protection of life and property please follow local and national government issued warnings and advice. Please have more than one source for weather information in extreme weather, Such as the Met office and Police

Anything posted on this page is not representative of any company or organization.  

Weather Watch 27th July 2021

Welcome to Tuesday’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 Tuesday evening we are seeing rain feeding into the Western Isles this is heavy in places. Some dry overcast spots in between the bands of rain. Winds under 20 mph. Todays high of 15.7C

The next 3 days

We are now going to take a look at the next few days weather for the Western Isles. 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

Wednesday – Low pressure dominates the weather across the UK on Wednesday. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see an overcast day with rounds of rain moving across the islands. These will be heavy and at times persistent. In between plenty of dry slots with cloud dominating and a few sunny spells. Winds of 10 to 30 mph from from the North and North East coming from the North West for Uist and Barra. Temps of 12C to 17C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Thursday – Weather fronts move across the UK on Thursday with brisk winds. For us in the Western Isles the heaviest of the rain will clear away. We we will see another cloud dominating day with some light rain and drizzle with scattered showers. Winds will be from the North and North West around 10 to 30 mph. Temps of 12C to 16C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Friday – Low pressure over Scandinavia and an associated cold front races across Scotland on Friday. For us in the Western Isles once again we are going to see a cloud dominating day again. With some spells of light rain and drizzle. Occasional sunny spells. Winds will be from the North and North West around 10 to 25 mph. Temps of 11C to 16C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

UK Weather News

A Met Office yellow weather warning for thunderstorms is in place for Northern Ireland

Funnel cloud in Cardiff

and another one

Flash flood in Belfast

Global Weather News

Turkey Waterspout

Thanks for reading, Any feedback is welcome.

Tuesday morning brief

Good morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Tuesday morning, We are seeing a mainly overcast morning with some clear spells. Mist low cloud and fog with rain and showers. These showers are heavy in places. Winds under 20 mph. Overnight low of 13.6C

Today’s pollen forecast is Low

Today – We are going to see a mainly overcast day with some sunny spells. Spells of rain which will become heavy at times. Possibly persistent at times in some spots. In between some showers which have a slight chance of being thundery with hail mixed in. Not everyone will see the heaviest of rain. Winds of 10 to 25 mph from the North and North East. Temps of 11C to 17C

Wednesday – Further spells of rain and showers with brisk winds.

Thursday – Overcast scattered showers with brisk winds.

Friday – Sunshine and cloud, Drier with mainly light winds.

Have a great day.

Tuesday’s forecast – Here comes the rain

Good evening Western Isles on this Monday evening we are seeing an overcast evening with a few clear spells. Winds under 20 mph. Today’s high of 17.9C

Right, first things first there is a bucket load of uncertainty with Tuesday’s forecast. A lot of it will depend on the position of the low pressure system and its associated fronts but I will guide you across it and tighten up the details on the morning briefing tomorrow morning.

Overnight – A cloud dominating night. Mist low cloud and drizzle is likely for many areas, especially around coastal fringes. Some clear spells. A few scattered showers will bubble up and some of these heavy and slight possibility of them being thundery. Winds under 20 mph.

Morning – Again cloud dominating. Some showers will be heavy at times with hail mixed in. A few of the showers could turn thundery. Some sunny spells in the breaks in the cloud. A few of the showers will merge into longer spells of rain. Winds under 20 mph.

Afternoon and evening – Rain and showers once again. A slight chance of the showers being thundery with hail mixed in. But the showers will tend to merge into some longer spells of rain. Some heavier and more persistent rain will move in as the day goes on. Lots of model uncertainty as to the exact location of the heaviest of the rain but most of the Western Isles have a chance of seeing rain that will be heavy and even persistent in spots. A few areas will stay completely dry. This is the area I hope to firm up on more tomorrow. Winds of to 10 to 25 mph.

Winds will be from the North and North West. Temps of 11C to 16C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 05:06 and 21:56

South Uist – 05:16 and 21:55

3 days ahead

Wednesday and Thursday – Rain and showers heavy in places with mainly light winds.

Friday – Increasing amounts of sunshine scattered showers.

Have a great evening.

Met Office Rain and Thunderstorm warnings for parts of Scotland 27th, 28th and 29th July.

Good evening all and welcome to this extra blog covering the Met Office warning for rain and thunderstorms for parts of Scotland for the next three days. No warnings have been issued for the Western Isles. But it is the schools holidays so people will be travelling and we have a number of followers outside the Western Isles.

First is a Met Office yellow weather warning for Thunderstorms for Tuesday

and the second warning is for Wednesday into Thursday is for rain

The full warnings and latest updates can be found here https://www.metoffice.gov.uk/weather/warnings-and-advice/uk-warnings#?date=2021-07-26&id=eea854e5-4799-484c-a8b1-2c100347845b&details

Please do NOT use Western Isles Weather for the protection of life and property please follow local and national government issued warnings and advice. Please have more than one source for weather information in extreme weather, Such as the Met office and Police

Anything posted on this page is not representative of any company or organization.  

Weather Watch 26th July 2021

Welcome to Monday’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 Monday evening we are seeing a mostly overcast evening with some light rain and drizzle. A few sunny spells. Winds under 20 mph. Todays high so far of 17.9C

The next 3 days

We are now going to take a look at the next few days weather for the Western Isles. 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

Tuesday – Low pressure systems dominate the weather on Tuesday along with weather fronts meandering across the country. We are going to see an overcast day across the islands with some rain and showers. Further more organized rain is expected to more in during the evening but there is some uncertainty as to how heavy the rainfall will become. The rain will last overnight into Wednesday. Winds will be from the North and North West around 10 to 25 mph. Temps of 11C to 16C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Wednesday – Low pressure dominates the weather across the UK with low pressure across the North East of Scotland. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see a cloud dominating day with some sunny spells. We are going to see showers these heavy at times but fairly well scattered. These at times will be heavy and possibly thundery in nature. Winds under 20 mph from the North and North East. Temps of 12C to 17C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Thursday – Low pressure still sits across the North East of Scotland. Multiple weather fronts sit across the UK. We are going to see a cloud dominating day across the Western Isles once again. Some sunny spells. Rain and showers these will be heavy at times. Possibly thundery in nature with hail mixed in. Winds under 20 mph from the North West. Temps of 12C to 17C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

UK Weather News

Multi day weather warnings have been issued by the Met Office

Thunderstorms across Scotland this evening

Some more on Sundays significant rainfall

Global Weather News

The latest on Infa

Disruption at the rowing at the Olympics due to Nepartak

Thanks for reading any feedback is welcome.

Monday morning brief

Good morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Monday morning, We are seeing plenty of cloud with some sunny spells. Light rain and drizzle in places with mist and low cloud. Wind under 20 mph. Overnight low of 13C

Today’s pollen forecast is Low

Today – We are going to see plenty of clouds today with some light rain and drizzle. Which could become heavy at times. Some sunshine and decent spells of sunshine. A few scattered showers could move into the far West later. Winds under 20 mph from the North and North West. Temps of 12C to 19C

Tuesday – cloud dominating with rain and showers. Becoming heavier light. Light winds.

Wednesday – Rain and showers, heavy at times.

Thursday – Overcast showers with brisk winds.

Have a great day.

Flooding in the South and South East England 25th July

As Scotland continues its extremely dry spell more rain has resulted in Yellow and Amber thunderstorm warnings for parts of England. In this extra blog we take a look at the the thunderstorms that caused flooding and high rainfall totals. As we occasionally move away from the weather in the islands.

Possible 161 mm of rain falling in places

Todays storms as seen by Satellite

60 mm in one hour at one Met Office site

More flooding scenes

Pudding Mill Lane DLR Station

Originally tweeted by Rob Day (@R0bday) on July 25, 2021.

and how not to act around flooding

From ITV NEWS

A waterspout as well

Waterspout off the Worthing coast this evening, touched down for almost five minutes.

Originally tweeted by Rob Lane (@StedmanSlowSix) on July 25, 2021.

Thanks for reading!

The week ahead forecast – Rain returns as our good weather falls off a cliff

Welcome to the week ahead forecast. The full in depth forecast for Monday can be found in the update below this one. It has been a beautiful weekend with plenty of blue skies and sunshine. Warm with mist and fog.

Tuesday – We are going to see an overcast day once again. Some rain and scattered showers with some heavier rain moving in during the late afternoon and evening. Winds will be from the North and North West under 20 mph. Temps of 12C to 18C

Wednesday – We are going to see another cloud dominating day with spells of rain which will be heavy at times. Some sunny spells but mostly cloud. The heaviest of the rain will be overnight into Wednesday. Winds under 20 mph from the North and North West. Temps of 11C to 17C

Thursday – A mainly overcast day with some sunny spells. Rain and showers, these heavy at times. Brisk winds from the North West around 10 to 25 mph. Temps of 12C to 17C

Friday -Another day of sunshine and showers with brisk winds. The showers heavy at times. Winds will be from the North and North West around 10 to 30 mph. Temps of 10C to 18C

Next weekend – Overcast cool and dull

I hope you have a great week. Over the course of the coming week, we will keep you updated with the latest weather and the 3 day ahead forecasts. Keep an eye on the blog for extra updates!

Mondays forecast – Slow changes

Good evening Western Isles on this Sunday evening we are seeing sunshine but cloud, mist, and low cloud is increasing. Winds under 20 mph. Today’s high of 19.3C

Overnight – We are going to see a mixture of clear skies and clouds. Mist low cloud and drizzle in places. Winds under 20 mph.

Monday day – We are going to see a day of sunshine and cloud. Some lingering mist low cloud and fog with some light rain and drizzle. A few well scattered showers will move into the islands during the afternoon. Cloud increasing in again during the evening with drizzle increasing. Winds under 20 mph.

Winds will be from the North and North West. Temps of 12C to 19C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 05:04 and 21:08

South Uist – 05:14 and 21:57

Have a great evening. Full week ahead forecast to follow.

Weather Watch 25th July 2021

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 some decent spells of sunshine. Prolonged sunshine but mist low cloud and fog is dominating coastal fringes. Winds under 20 mph. Todays high of 19.3C so far

The next 3 days

We are now going to take a look at the next few days weather for the Western Isles. 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 in the North Sea on Monday. Weather fronts await out West. For us in the Western isles we are going to see a mainly overcast day with some sunny spells. Light rain and drizzle. Winds under 20 mph from the North and North West. Temps of 12C to 19C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Tuesday – A messy situation on Tuesday across the UK with areas of low pressure and a cold front all in play. We are going to see an overcast day once again. Some rain and scattered showers with some heavier rain moving in during the late afternoon and evening. Winds will be from the North and North West under 20 mph. Temps of 12C to 18C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

Wednesday – Low pressure dominated across the UK. We are going to see another cloud dominating day with spells of rain which will be heavy at times. Some sunny spells but mostly cloud. The heaviest of the rain will be overnight into Wednesday. Winds under 20 mph from the North and North West. Temps of 11C to 17C

Surface pressure - Forecast chart

UK Weather News

Amber warning of thunderstorms has been issued by the Met Office

A Met Office yellow weather waring for thunderstorms also remains in force

Thunderstorms across the UK this afternoon

Funnel cloud in Braintree

Global Weather News

Flooding in Belgium

Infa has made landfall on China

Nepartak could post a threat to the Olympics in the coming days

Thanks for reading any feedback is welcome.

Long range weather forecast for the Western Isles – 25th July 2021

Good afternoon and welcome to our long range forecast. This is posted either once or twice a week covering from 4 days ahead to 10 days ahead. In this update covering from Thursday 29th July until Saturday 7th August.

Please note there is not a lot of accuracy for this kind of time frame. Anything beyond 4/5 days out becomes really difficult and subject to change so we will be looking at trends. Mainly take with a large vat of salt. We will be using the main two computer models for this. The ECMWF ( European Centre for medium range weather forecasts) which is based in Reading and the GFS (Global forecasting system) which is the American based global model.

This comes from the GFS 06z run and ECMWF 00Z run. I will refer to EC to save on typing.

Thursday 29th July

Low pressure dominates the weather on Thursday and there is good model agreement from both the EC and the GFS that areas of low pressure will move across Scotland will bring us blustery winds along with rain which will be heavy at times. Both models have the heaviest of the rain later in the day on Thursday.

Friday 30th July

Further good model support from both the EC and GFS with the low pressure system from Thursday moving into the North Sea and behind it we will see a showery airflow across the Western Isles with sunshine and showers which will be heavy at times and it would be feeling cooler. The showery airflow is expected to ease as the day goes on.

Saturday 31st July

Some slight model differences for next Saturday. The EC has a slack airflow across the UK with high pressure far to the West of the UK. For us in the Western Isles we are going to see a showery day and plenty of clouds with some sunny spells. The GFS has a slack airflow as well but less in the way of showers and more sunshine and cloud with light winds.

Sunday 1st August

Further model agreement for next Sunday with high pressure over the UK or close by to the UK keeping conditions fairly settled with sunshine and light winds for us in the Western Isles with a few scattered showers. The GFS again has more in the way of sunshine then the EC.

Monday 1st August

Some slight model differences for next Monday. The EC has high pressure to the South West of Ireland and we a cloud dominating day across the Western Isles with sunshine and scattered showers with mostly light winds. A weather system awaits to the West of the UK. The GFS has high pressure across the UK with fine dry and settled conditions across the Western Isles with some decent and prolonged sunshine. Winds would be brisk.

Tuesday 2nd August

Model differences for next Tuesday with the EC showing areas of low pressure moving into Scotland which will bring spells of rain heavy at times and increasing winds across the Western Isles. The GFS also has an area of low pressure moving into the Western isles which would bring spells of rain which would be heavy at times along with brisk winds.

3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th August

Now this is the really long range. So take it with a large amount of salt and is the silly range. So the GFS is suggesting multiple areas of low pressure will move across the Western isles bringing further spells of rain and at times strong winds. Lots can and will change between now and then but worth keeping an eye on.

Thanks for reading todays featured photo is Seilebost taken by Louise Reid.

Sunday morning brief

Good morning Western Isles this is your morning brief

On this Sunday morning, We are seeing plenty of low cloud mist and fog with some light rain and drizzle. The best of the morning sunshine is for Uist and Barra. Winds under 20 mph. Overnight low of 10.6C

Today’s pollen forecast is Moderate

Today – We are going to see lingering mist, low cloud, and fog. This will prove stubborn and slow to clear in some spots. It will for a time clear but move back in later in the day. This will be accompanied by some light rain and drizzle. Away from the low cloud and fog we are going to see some decent and prolonged sunshine and it will feel warm, However, higher-level clouds will move in later in the day. Winds under 20 mph from the North and North East. Temps of 12C to 20C

Monday – More overcast day with some light rain at times. Feeling cooler. Some sunshine at times.

Tuesday – Sunshine and showers.

Wednesday – Rain and showers, heavy at times.

Have a great day.

24th July temperatures in the Western isles

Some of the highest temperatures for the 24th of July.

Met Office sites.

17.3C – Stornoway Airport
23.7C – South Uist range

None Met Office sites so there could be some discrepancies in data. Some of these sites do use Met Office equipment.

Breasclete – 28.2C
Upper Coll – 28.1C
Stornoway Port 19.2C
Drimsdale 23C
Allasdale 20.6C
Castlebay 23C
Rubha Station 21.9C
Aird 23.1C
Knockintorran 22.8C
Isles of Berneray 21.8C
Scalpay 21.7C
Achmore 26C
Glenroy – 21.0C
Stenish – 20.3C
Stornoway 21.8C
Bragar 17.2C
Adabrock 14.2C
Garden Bressel 22.8C

Information comes from Met Office, Met Office wow and weather underground.

Sundays forecast – Sunshine

Good evening Western Isles on this Saturday evening we are seeing some clear skies and cloud. Mist and fog in along many coastal areas. Winds under 20 mph. Today’s high of 23.7C

Overnight – We are going to see plenty of clear skies and cloud increasing at times. Mist low cloud and fog will form and move in with some light rain and drizzle. Winds under 20 mph.

Sunday day – We are going to see some decent and prolonged sunshine. With some cloud which will increase in at times. Mist low cloud and drizzle which will increase into coastal areas at times. The greatest risk of Northern Lewis. Winds under 20 mph.

Winds will be from the North and North East. Temps of 11C to 22C

Sunrise and Sunset

Stornoway – 05:02 and 22:00

South Uist – 05:12 and 21:59

3 days ahead

Monday – More cloud some sunny spells with drizzle at times. Light winds.

Tuesday and Wednesday – Sunshine and cloud with scattered showers.

Have a great evening.