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Scotland's West Coast Weather - Week Commencing 20th May


West side of island in the sunLast week we were blessed with some refreshing spells of sunshine on Scotland's West Coast, however over the Friday and Saturday the wind caught up with us before calming down over night.

This week commencing looks to be starting with a bit of mist but will gradually brighten as we go, but varying temperatures, with warmer days at the start of the week.  

Today: A grey, misty start with some drizzle in places before gradually turning brighter with sunny spells developing into the afternoon. Best of the sunshine and temperatures across the coast .There may also be some evening sunshine at first with some occasional drizzle during the evening and overnight. 

Monday: Dull, misty, start with drizzle in places before brightening up with sunnier spells developing. Perhaps remaining misty across some coasts. A few showers developing later, with a risk of thunder. 


Tuesday: Cloudy start, with early patchy mist and drizzle, turning drier and brighter.

Wednesday: It will be turning cooler and breezy with projected showers later.

Thursday: The unseasonal weather continues- a bit cool and breezy with some showers. 

Friday: It continues to be a bit breezy, but with some sunshine spells.

Saturday: The stiff breezes will continue into the weekend, otherwise brighter than previous days. 

What do we do when the calendar is slowly moving against summer, but the weather is not?  Over the next few weeks we will post interesting things you can do if the weather doesn't allow the typical summer activities! 

If you are coming to visit us at Isle of Eriska the coming week remember to bring your camera, the colours now are vibrant with the scenery slowly turning from pale orange to delicious green.   



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