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

    Regional forecast for Highlands & Eilean Siar

    Becoming wet, windy in west on Friday. Drier, brighter northeast.


    Rain across the west, gradually turning heavier and more persistent, the heaviest rain in Skye Lochaber and Wester Ross. Mainly dry, brighter spells towards Strathspey, Inverness, up to Wick and Strathy. Strengthening southwesterly winds, gales developing, severe in northwest. Maximum Temperature 10C.


    Heavy rain persisting across much of Highland and the Isles, heaviest in Northwest Highlands. Rain lighter in east with some good dry spells around Caithness and Nairn. Severe gales easing. Minimum Temperature 6C.


    The very wet weather will persist in the west, leading to localised flooding. Rain lighter and occasional in east, and still mainly dry towards Nairn, very mild. Gales in west. Maximum Temperature 14C.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Sunday, sunny spells, a few showers. Band of rain preceded by snow on hills on Monday, then blustery showers, risk severe gales. Tuesday mainly dry, some sunshine.

    Updated at: 0259 on Fri 06 Mar 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Wet and windy in the far northwest. Largely fine elsewhere.


    Rather cloudy to start, but much of the UK will be dry with sunny spells developing across much of England and Wales. Persistent, locally heavy, rain continuing across northwest Scotland. Windy with severe gales in the northwest. Staying mild.


    Heavy and persistent rain continuing across Western Scotland and pushing slightly further south. Dry elsewhere with clear skies in places. Windy with severe gales in the far northwest. Staying mild.


    Heavy rain continuing across the far northwest, possibly affecting Cumbria for a time. Dry elsewhere with some sunny spells. Windy with gales in the northwest. Locally very mild.

    Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

    Rain moving southeast during Sunday but becoming lighter with colder conditions following. Further wind and rain spreads northeast on Monday after a dry start. Becoming fine and dry by Tuesday.

    Updated at: 0229 on Fri 06 Mar 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 10 Mar 2015 to Thursday 19 Mar 2015:

    Widespread, locally heavy, rain and strong winds, mainly in the north, will clear north-eastwards through Tuesday morning. More settled conditions will then develop for a time with a cold, locally frosty night to follow, especially in the north. Further outbreaks of rain, locally heavy, with strengthening winds will then spread across the UK early Wednesday before becoming drier again later on. From Thursday there looks to be generally more settled conditions across most parts of the UK as high pressure remains close to the east. However, occasional weather systems will likely still bring cloudier interludes with rain, mainly to northern and western parts. Away from cloud and rain temperatures will often be near or above average leaving conditions often feeling pleasant in sunshine.

    UK Outlook for Friday 20 Mar 2015 to Friday 3 Apr 2015:

    It looks probable that pressure will remain higher than average across the UK at first. This would bring generally drier than average conditions, but it is likely that there could also be some cloud at times, with some occasional rain or showers, particularly across the north. There are signs that more of a northwest-southeast split will develop in late March with wetter than average conditions probably developing in the northwest, whilst drier conditions and higher than average pressure perhaps persist in the southeast.

    Updated at: 1129 on Thu 05 Mar 2015

    Location Details

    Tulloch Bridge

    Location: 56.867, -4.708

    Altitude: 237m above mean sea level

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