Islay Airport - Weather warnings issued14-day forecast
Forecast - Islay Airport
Day by day forecast
- Tonight,Partly cloudy and light winds,Low8° 47°,Wind speed7 mph11 km/h7 mph11 km/hNortherly
- Saturday 23rd SeptemberSat 23rd,Heavy rain and a fresh breeze,High14° 58°Low12° 53°,Wind speed22 mph36 km/h22 mph36 km/hSouth Easterly
- Sunday 24th SeptemberSun 24th,Strong winds and heavy rain,High17° 63°Low12° 54°,Wind gusts26 mph42 km/h40 mph64 km/hSouth Easterly
- Monday 25th SeptemberMon 25th,Gusty winds and light rain,High17° 63°Low12° 53°,Wind gusts21 mph34 km/h40 mph64 km/hSoutherly
- Tuesday 26th SeptemberTue 26th,Light rain showers and a fresh breeze,High16° 61°Low10° 49°,Wind speed22 mph35 km/h22 mph35 km/hSoutherly
- Wednesday 27th SeptemberWed 27th,Light rain showers and a moderate breeze,High15° 59°Low11° 51°,Wind speed18 mph29 km/h18 mph29 km/hSouth Easterly
- Thursday 28th SeptemberThu 28th,Strong winds and light rain showers,High15° 60°Low11° 51°,Wind gusts25 mph40 km/h41 mph65 km/hSoutherly
- Friday 29th SeptemberFri 29th,Light rain showers and a fresh breeze,High15° 60°Low9° 49°,Wind speed21 mph34 km/h21 mph34 km/hSouth Westerly
- Saturday 30th SeptemberSat 30th,Light rain showers and a moderate breeze,High15° 59°Low10° 50°,Wind speed18 mph29 km/h18 mph29 km/hSouth Westerly
- Sunday 1st OctoberSun 1st,Light rain and a moderate breeze,High15° 60°Low10° 51°,Wind speed17 mph27 km/h17 mph27 km/hSouth Westerly
- Monday 2nd OctoberMon 2nd,Light rain and a moderate breeze,High15° 58°Low10° 51°,Wind speed18 mph29 km/h18 mph29 km/hSouth Westerly
- Tuesday 3rd OctoberTue 3rd,Gusty winds and light rain showers,High15° 60°Low10° 50°,Wind gusts20 mph32 km/h47 mph76 km/hSouth Westerly
- Wednesday 4th OctoberWed 4th,Light rain showers and a moderate breeze,High15° 60°Low10° 50°,Wind speed14 mph22 km/h14 mph22 km/hSoutherly
- Thursday 5th OctoberThu 5th,Light rain showers and a gentle breeze,High16° 60°Low10° 50°,Wind speed12 mph20 km/h12 mph20 km/hSouth Westerly
Hour by hour forecast
Forecast for Scotland
Latest forecast from Reporting Scotland
- Last updated5 hours ago
- Updated 7 days a week
Latest forecast for Glasgow & West of ScotlandLast updated 57 minutes ago
This morning will see a chilly and bright start with plenty of sunny spells. The sunshine will turn hazy in the afternoon as high cloud moves in from the west.
Tonight, it will cloud over from the west along with a few spells of showery rain. The winds will strengthen, but it will turn drier with clear spells and variable cloud towards dawn.
Tomorrow will see a windy day with spells of showery rain moving in from the south, this heavy at times. The rain will continue in the afternoon, along with some gusty winds.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday
Monday is expected to be windy with sunny spells and isolated showers, some of which will be rather heavy. Tuesday will continue to be breezy with a mix of showery spells of rain, variable cloud and sunny spells. Wednesday will see a sunny start to the day, but there is a risk of cloudy skies, heavy rain and strong winds moving in from the south-west in the afternoon.
- Last updated57 minutes ago
Observations - Islay/Port Ellen
- Humidity: 83%
- Visibility: Very Good
- Pressure: 1009mb, Rising
Met Office warnings issued for Argyll and Bute
Yellow warning of rain
Starts: 04:00 BST on Sun 24 September
Ends: 23:59 BST on Sun 24 September
Persistent and heavy rain expected through Sunday, leading to some flooded roads and a small chance of property flooding - Floodwater, particularly in fast flowing areas, will pose a very small danger to life - There is a small chance that homes and businesses could be flooded, causing damage to some buildings - There is a small chance that some communities will become cut off by flooded roads - Delays or cancellations to rail services are possible, and possibly some disruption to travel on roads with difficult driving conditions and a small chance of road closures
Issued at: 10:44 BST on Fri 22 September
About the Met Office Weather Warnings
The Met Office issues weather warnings when severe weather has the potential to impact the UK.
The Met Office issues warnings for rain, thunderstorms, wind, snow, lightning, ice, extreme heat and fog. These warnings are given a colour depending on a combination of both the impact the weather may have and the likelihood of those impacts occurring.
For more information, see the Met Office Weather Warnings Guide.
Weather Warnings Key
Extreme weather is expected. Red means you should take action now to keep yourself and others safe from the impact of the weather. Widespread damage, travel and power disruption and risk to life is likely. You must avoid dangerous areas and follow the advice of the emergency services and local authorities.
There is an increased likelihood of bad weather affecting you, which could potentially disrupt your plans and possibly cause travel delays, road and rail closures, interruption to power and the potential risk to life and property. Amber means you need to be prepared to change your plans and protect you, your family and community from the impacts of the severe weather based on the forecast from the Met Office.
Severe weather is possible over the next few days and could affect you. Yellow means that you should plan ahead thinking about possible travel delays, or the disruption of your day to day activities. The Met Office is monitoring the developing weather situation and Yellow means keep an eye on the latest forecast and be aware that the weather may change or worsen, leading to disruption of your plans in the next few days.
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