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

    Regional forecast for Strathclyde

    A warm and sunny day after early cloud lifts out.

    Today:

    Some early cloud and mist, however this soon lifting out to leave a dry and often sunny day. Warmest around Glasgow, Cowal and inland Argyll. Some patches of mist may affect western Kintyre and the Isles at times. Maximum Temperature 22 °C.

    Tonight:

    Plenty of evening sunshine, however cloud will slowly spread across from the east overnight with some hill fog and patchy mist developing. Minimum Temperature 7 °C.

    Thursday:

    A cloudy start, this breaking up to allow some pleasant sunshine to develop by late morning, although risk of some mist around the Isles. Slightly more cloud during the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 20 °C.

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

    Slightly cloudier on Friday with some mostly light rain in the north and east, best of the conditions in the southwest. A mostly dry weekend with bright or sunny spells.

    Updated at: 0432 on Wed 1 Jun 2016

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Cloudy with patchy rain south and east. Warm sunshine elsewhere.

    Today:

    It'll be mostly cloudy with outbreaks of patchy light rain across most of England and Wales, locally heavy in the southeast, and feeling cool with a strong north-easterly wind. Scotland and Northern Ireland will be dry with warm sunny spells.

    Tonight:

    Mostly cloudy with outbreaks of patchy light rain and drizzle across England and Wales. Strong winds along North Sea coasts. Dry with clear spells for Northern Ireland and Scotland.

    Thursday:

    Cloud and outbreaks of rain will soon clear the south. Rather cloudy with patchy drizzle at times in the east. Dry with warm sunny spells for Scotland and Northern Ireland.

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

    Friday and Saturday will see the risk of showers, possibly thundery in the south. Mostly dry, with warm sunny spells developing for many by Sunday. Cool along North Sea coasts.

    Updated at: 0230 on Wed 1 Jun 2016

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Sunday 5 Jun 2016 to Tuesday 14 Jun 2016:

    High pressure centred to the north of Britain will initially bring a spell of settled weather for most on Sunday, with isolated showers confined to southern areas. The best of the sunshine will be found across central and western parts, whilst the east and northeast are likely to see more cloud, especially along the coast. Then as we go through the week it looks likely that it will gradually become more unsettled with an increasing risk of heavy showers or thunderstorms, especially in the south and west where it may become humid and very warm. However, some northern areas are likely to remain dry. This gradual trend to more unsettled conditions looks likely to continue through the weekend and into the following week, with temperatures also trending back towards average.

    Updated at: 1309 on Tue 31 May 2016

    UK Outlook for Wednesday 15 Jun 2016 to Wednesday 29 Jun 2016:

    It may possibly start dry in the north and northeast, but for most the middle part of June is likely to be unsettled with either showers or longer spells of rain. These are likely to be heavy and thundery at times, with the west and southwest probably experiencing the most unsettled conditions, but there should also be some drier and brighter intervals in between. Then later in the month the latest indications are that it will be changeable, with all areas likely to see rain at times, but with northern areas most likely to have the most rain and the south the best of any drier, brighter weather. Temperatures generally near or just above average, especially in the south.

    Updated at: 1309 on Tue 31 May 2016

    Location Details

    Tiree

    Location: 56.497, -6.887

    Altitude: 9.0 m above mean sea level

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