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

    Regional forecast for Highlands & Eilean Siar

    Mostly dry and bright Tuesday. Cloudier with some rain later.


    Fog and frost patches will gradually clear this morning with a dry day to follow with plenty of pleasant sunny spells developing. Cloud increasing in the afternoon with some light rain across Hebrides later. Light southerly breeze freshening in west. Maximum Temperature 12 °C.


    Cloud and rain will spread eastwards through the evening and overnight, this more persistent across Skye and western Highlands. Drier towards Speyside. Milder than of late especially in west. Minimum Temperature 4 °C.


    A mostly cloudy day with outbreaks of rain in the morning, followed by heavy showers mainly in north later. Brighter east with a few sunny spells. Windy with gales northwest. Maximum Temperature 14 °C.

    Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

    The unsettled regime will continue into the weekend with windy conditions and periods of rain, this mainly across the northern and western areas. Drier and brighter far east.

    Updated at: 0734 on Tue 25 Oct 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Damp and cloudy in the south. Mostly fine elsewhere.


    Patchy rain across Wales and southern England, locally heavy in south, will ease during the afternoon. Elsewhere, after a cold start, frost and fog will clear to leave sunny spells, however cloud and strengthening winds will reach the north-west later.


    Outbreaks of rain and strong winds will continue across Scotland, with some light rain affecting Northern Ireland. Otherwise, it will be cloudy but milder with fog developing in the south.


    Blustery showers across Scotland with gales over exposed northern parts. Elsewhere it'll stay largely dry with early fog lingering for some, but some brightness will develop where it'll feel milder.

    Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

    Staying changeable across Scotland and Northern Ireland with some rain and strong winds at times. However, England and Wales will remain largely dry and mild, with some fog in places.

    Updated at: 0155 on Tue 25 Oct 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Saturday 29 Oct 2016 to Monday 7 Nov 2016:

    High pressure will remain established across the south through the weekend, bringing a good deal of dry and quiet weather for many. However, some will see occasional mist and fog form overnight and this may well be slow to clear by day. Temperatures will be mostly above average, but with some cold nights in the south, perhaps with local frost. Meanwhile, the north of the UK is likely to be wetter and windier at times, more so further west. From Monday onwards the expectation is generally for colder weather with more widespread night frosts, and generally northerly or north-westerly winds over the UK. Indications suggest unsettled weather with showers and strong winds in the north, and generally drier weather with lighter winds further south.

    Updated at: 1328 on Mon 24 Oct 2016

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 8 Nov 2016 to Tuesday 22 Nov 2016:

    The outlook for mid November remains uncertain. At first indications suggest northerly or north-westerly winds to predominate over the UK, leading to lower than average temperatures for many and a widespread risk of frosts. The expectation is also for more unsettled, showery conditions in the north, perhaps with strong winds, and drier more settled weather in the south. Towards the end of the period confidence is low, although signals suggest a change from more settled conditions towards milder and more unsettled weather at some point.

    Updated at: 1359 on Mon 24 Oct 2016

    Location Details

    Tigh A' Gearraidh

    Location: 57.61804, -7.50797

    Altitude: 23.0 m above mean sea level

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