West Coast Weather - Week Commencing 23rd March
Following a week of rain and generally unpleasantness, we found ourselves being particularly envious of our neighbours in the south of England this week who have been enjoying clear skies and high temperatures for the last few days.
However, after facing heavy rain, wind and snow over the last week it came as a pleasant surprise to us this morning to wake up to some sunshine which has finally added some colour to the Island and will hopefully aid in clearing the last of the snow of the mountains in the distance.
Today: Clear skies and sunshine have dominated the day, with feeble showers of rain
Monday: Clear skies will carry on throughout the night and remain until late afternoon when thick cloud is expected to form will form with some light rain late evening.
Tuesday: After a wet start, the day looks to be mostly dry with some sunny intervals. Small showers of rain may occur in the late afternoon.
Wednesday: Projected to be another dry day, with the clouds clearing up late afternoon to allow some sunshine.
Thursday: White cloud will persist throughout, with some sporadic sunshine in the afternoon
Friday: The weather looks to remain mainly unchanged, however temperatures are expected to rise to a comfortable 13°C
Saturday: The week looks to end with more dry weather and some intervals of sunshine.
Though temperamental, the weather forecast is gradually improving and we're sure many, like ourselves, will be making the most of it while it lasts.
As April approaching ever nearer we find ourselves preparing for the beginning of high season. The West Coast of Scotland will once again welcome flurries of visitors to it's core and show off the amazing scenery, history and seafood that it has become famous for.
We just hope the nice weather will stick about!