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John O' Groats Youth Hostel Heavy rain 58.6321 -3.1192
Halkirk Light rain 58.5144 -3.4902
Tongue Youth Hostel Overcast 58.4921 -4.4236
Polla Heavy rain 58.4497 -4.7648
Achmelvich Youth Hostel Light rain 58.1699 -5.3
Cassley Heavy shower day 58.167 -4.733
West Langwell Heavy shower day 58.0496 -4.205
Dornoch Cloudy 57.8793 -4.0266
Strathpeffer Cloudy 57.5793 -4.5402
Torridon Youth Hostel Light rain 57.5447 -5.5035
Callakille Cloudy 57.5219 -5.8543
Beauly Sunny intervals 57.4836 -4.459
Cannich Youth Hostel Overcast 57.3423 -4.7607
Kyle of Lochalsh Light rain 57.2813 -5.7121
Foyers Cloudy 57.2557 -4.4898
Broadford Light rain 57.2425 -5.9127
Glenbrittle Youth Hostel Cloudy 57.221 -6.2909
Kinloch Hourn Light shower day 57.1089 -5.3842
Inverguseran Cloudy 57.1035 -5.7241
Loch Lochy Youth Hostel Light shower day 57.0368 -4.8113
Camusrory Cloudy 57.0029 -5.53
Strathan Light shower day 56.9694 -5.3199
Loch Ossian Youth Hostel Cloudy 56.7662 -4.6714
Fasnacloich Cloudy 56.581 -5.2226
Fionnphort Cloudy 56.325 -6.3688

Latest forecasts

John O' Groats Youth Hostel Heavy rain 9 °C
Halkirk Light rain 9 °C
Tongue Youth Hostel Overcast 9 °C
Polla Heavy rain 9 °C
Achmelvich Youth Hostel Light rain 9 °C
Cassley Heavy shower day 8 °C
West Langwell Heavy shower day 7 °C
Dornoch Cloudy 10 °C
Strathpeffer Cloudy 9 °C
Torridon Youth Hostel Light rain 9 °C
Callakille Cloudy 9 °C

Forecast summary

  • Regional
  • UK 5 days
  • UK 6-30 days

Regional forecast for Highlands & Eilean Siar

Much colder on Monday with wintry showers and brighter spells.

This Evening and Tonight:

Cloudy with outbreaks of rain moving southwards this evening. Drier, clear and colder weather following. Sleet and snow will develop across north Highlands later in the night with difficult travel conditions over higher level routes by Monday morning. Minimum Temperature 0 °C.

Monday:

A much colder day with some sunshine and wintry showers. The showers of sleet and snow most frequent in north. Fewer showers, more sunshine over Lochaber. Windy along West Coast. Maximum Temperature 8 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Wintry showers, strong northerly winds for Tuesday. Turning milder from west Wednesday and Thursday as winds ease, with patchy rain and limited brighter spells. Temperatures recovering towards the seasonal averages.

Updated at: 1638 on Sun 23 Apr 2017

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Becoming much colder with wintry showers.

This Evening and Tonight:

Bands of rain will move south overnight with some hill snow for Scotland and northern England. Southern England will stay clearer and dry with clear spells allowing for some patchy fog and frost. Becoming windier, especially in the far north.

Monday:

Dry with sunny spells in the far south but cloud and rain will move south followed by colder conditions. Showers for the north and west, these wintry at times.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Tuesday and Wednesday will feel cold with sunshine and wintry showers with rain, sleet, snow and hail. On Thursday it will feel less cold with fewer showers.

Updated at: 1600 on Sun 23 Apr 2017

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Friday 28 Apr 2017 to Sunday 7 May 2017:

Friday is looking to have a north-west to south-east split across the country. Wet weather is fairly likely across northern and western parts with the best of the dry and bright weather further south-east, though even here the odd shower can't be ruled out at times. Temperatures will continue to recover to near average across the country. Into next weekend, more unsettled conditions are likely, especially in the north and west, with the best of any drier and brighter spells once again in the south-east. As we move into the first week of May, western and northern areas may continue to be rather unsettled whereas southern and eastern parts should be drier, brighter and feeling warmer.

Updated at: 1310 on Sun 23 Apr 2017

UK Outlook for Monday 8 May 2017 to Monday 22 May 2017:

As we move through May high pressure appears more likely to be dominant through the majority of the period, meaning that below average rainfall is most probable during this time. However, low pressure may bring the possibility of less settled conditions at times, especially across western and northern areas. Temperatures are likely to be average or slightly above average. This will mean that we should lose the risk of frosts, and it will feel warm at times.

Updated at: 1311 on Sun 23 Apr 2017

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