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Dé Luain 6 Iúil Foilsithe ag 15:39

Rabhaidh don RA

Rabhadh Aimsire

Eisithe ag an Oifig Meitéareolaíochta

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YELLOW WARNING OF RAIN for parts of northeastern Scotland

Updated 6 July at 11:07

Valid from 14:00 on 7 July to 20:00 on 7 July

Scattered showers are expected to develop across Scotland during Tuesday afternoon with some of these becoming heavy and thundery.

The showers are likely to be slow-moving across northeast Scotland and as a result there is the potential for large rainfall accumulations here in a short period of time.

Whilst many places could miss the showers the public should be aware of the risk of localised flooding and difficult driving conditions in any surface water.

Rabhadh Tuile

Eisithe ag an Ghníomhaireacht Comhshaoil nó ag SEPA in Albain agus Natural Resources Wales sa Bhreatain Bheag

Is i mBéarla amháin atá an t-inneachar seo ar fáil.

Saturday 4 July

There are no flood warnings in force anywhere in the United Kingdom.

Faoi Rabhaidh Aimsire na hOifige Meitéareolaíochta

Tugann BBC Aimsir dhá chineál rabhaidh aimsire eisithe ag an Oifig Meitéareolaíochta: Rabhaidh agus Réamhrabhaidh.

Rabhaidh -eiseofar iad seo nuair a mheasfar go mbeidh drochaimsir ann faoi cheann 24 uair.

Réamhrabhaidh -eiseofar iad seo breis agus 24 uair roimh aimsir dhian.

Tá trí chatagóir teagmhais ann, mar atá, Dearg, Ómrach agus Buí - is é Dearg an ceann is measa.

Bíonn Rabhadh agus Réamhrabhadh den dath céanna chomh trom lena chéile ach táthar á thuar go dtiocfaidh siad ag amanna difriúla. Mar sin, is é an difear idir Rabhadh Dearg agus Réamhrabhadh Dearg ná an t-am is luaithe a thiocfadh leis tarlú.

Nuair a bhíonn rabhadh i bhfeidhm, is féidir faisnéis iomlán a fháil ag Rabhaidh Aimsire na hOifige Meitéareolaíochta

Maidir le Rabhaidh Tuilte

Eisíonn an Ghníomhaireacht Comhshaoil, Scottish Environment Protection Agency agus Natural Resources Wales na rabhaidh tuilte agus cuirtear ar aghaidh chuig Ionad Aimsire BBC iad. Ansin eisíonn muid coimre rabhadh bunaithe ar an eolas is déanaí atá ar fáil. Nuair a eisítear rabhaidh tuilte troma, aibhseofar ar chraoltaí teilifíse iad chomh maith.

Faigh tuilleadh eolais faoi Rabhaidh Thuile

Tá bealaigh éagsúla ann le fáil amach an bhfuil do cheantar féin faoi bhagairt tuilte. Déanann an Ghníomhaireacht Comhshaoil, the Scottish Environment Protection Agency agus Natural Resources Wales a gcuid rabhadh a nuashonrú 24 uair sa lá tríd an uimhir Floodline.

Floodline - 0345 988 1188

Ionchas Míosúil

Dé Luain 6 Iúil Foilsithe ag 10:00

Ionchas Míosúil

Is i mBéarla amháin atá an t-inneachar seo ar fáil.

Achoimre
Summery weather to match the summer holidays?

The weather has already declared the start of summer in many but not all parts of the British Isles. A new July record of 36.7°C was set on 1st July at Heathrow Airport and made many a headline. At the same time, the Northern Isles were struggling to make 15°C. As the first week of July unfolded, so the archetypal tale of the British summer was repeated: a run of fine days and then thunderstorms - and what thunderstorms! News bulletins in the latter part of the week were awash with spectacular imagery, often captured by those unable to sleep through nature's own son et lumiere.

Sceptics have already ventured that that was the summer. The coming week may, at times, offer more evidence to support the argument. The wind will turn, allbeit briefly, into the northwest and temperatures in single figures will greet the early risers on Thursday. And yet, just at the first hearing of 'the nights are drawing in', so temperatures across southern Britain will head back towards 30°C. Another page or two in our Summer's Tale.

Dé Luain 6 Iúil—Dé Domhnaigh 12 Iúil
A week of weather to keep us all on our toes

Little is settled about the weather pattern as the week begins. Low pressure will urge frontal systems into the north and west of the British Isles through Monday, bringing cloudy, wet and windy conditions. Sunshine will become increasingly hazy across East Anglia and SE England even though it should stay dry in both areas. Tuesday sees the front cross into the SE of the British Isles, bringing some heavy bursts of rain, with showers following to all other areas.

Low pressure continues to dominate through midweek. As it transfers to Scandinavia, so a very noticeable, N-NW'ly wind will bring showers to many northern and eastern areas and it will feel decidedly cooler. That chilly theme continues into Thursday morning, when many spots in the northern half of the British Isles will start the day with temperatures in single figures. This is something of a hiatus in the story of relative warmth as a new, Atlantic low will eventually approach western Ireland, easing the wind back into a SW'ly and bringing more cloud and rain to Northern Ireland and western Scotland late on Thursday and to Northern Ireland, all of Scotland and NW England through Friday. It's at this point that temperatures in much of England and Wales will begin to rise towards at least the mid-20C mark. Thoughts about the weekend are, at this stage, a little mixed, given that a return to more unsettled fair is expected. That could start as early as Saturday but could be delayed until late Sunday.

Dé Luain 13 Iúil—Dé Domhnaigh 19 Iúil
Cloudy, cool and wet at times for northern Britain

Whilst high pressure will try to dominate proceedings in southern Britain and offers the chance of something suitably seasonal, it should be a different story further north. Those in eastern Scotland could be most underwhelmed by a combination of cool, cloudy and wet weather for at least part of the week.

The south of England and Wales, especially SE England, could well see another spell of very warm, sunny weather with very little in the way of rain expected.

Confidence rates at medium to high for the continuation from week one of this north-south split.

Dé Luain 20 Iúil—Dé Domhnaigh 2 Lúnasa
Prospects of more warm weather in southern Britain

Fair weather rarely means even-handed or balanced. Much of southern Britain should again enjoy the benefits of relatively high pressure. Whilst sunshine amounts should be around average for all but SW Scotland, temperatures across much of England and Wales should respond well to give above average or well above average figures. That should put many inland parts comfortably into the mid-20°C bracket with the coasts a little cooler as ever.

Low pressures and their associated fronts look more likely to dominate the north and northwest of the British Isles. Wetter spells are more likely here, with consequential reductions in sunshine. Temperatures could, at times, be well below the seasonal norms.

An tseachtain seo chugainn

Will the weather play a hand in deciding the Ashes? Check out the prospects here.

Réamhaisnéisiú míosúil
Ní furasta an aimsir a thuar níos faide ná seachtain nó mar sin chun tosaigh, fiú don réamhaisnéiseoir is mó taithí. Déantar samhaltáin uimhriúla casta a fháil ón Oifig Meitéareolaíochta agus ón Lárionad Eorpach do Réamhaisnéisí Aimsire Meánraoin (ECMWF) agus déantar iad a rith a lán uaireanta don mhí (agus don séasúr) atá le theacht. Ar an dóigh sin, cruthaítear pictiúr den dóchúlacht go rachadh cineálacha éagsúla aimsire i bhfeidhm ar an RA.

An chéad uasdátú eile ag 10:00, Dé Luain 13 Iúil

Achoimre

Dé Máirt 7 Iúil Foilsithe ag 02:36

Achoimre

Is i mBéarla amháin atá an t-inneachar seo ar fáil.

Unsettled at times and feeling cool for most by Wednesday.
Today

Showery rain, heavy at times, affecting much of northern Scotland and Northern Ireland. Elsewhere some warm sunny periods and showers, these also locally heavy and thundery, especially across east and southeast England and northeast Scotland. Becoming breezy for most.

Tonight

There'll be further showery rain around tonight, especially over northern, western and central parts. Rather cloudy at times elsewhere, but drier and mild. Staying breezy near coasts.

Wednesday

Cooler, and breezy for most, with large amounts of cloud. Rain, or scattered showers, slowly becoming confined to more eastern parts, with drier, brighter conditions developing later in the west.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday

Thursday starting chilly for some, but largely dry with sunny spells. Winds easing. Rain in the northwest Friday, clearing east on Saturday. Drier and warm in the south and east.

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