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West Coast Weather - Week Commencing 20th April

  
  
  

 After what seemed like an eternity of the weather toying with us - teasing us with the occasional day of dryness, and even a spot or two of sunshine - Scotland finally broke through the barrier into suntan-lotioning and sunglass-wearing this week, giving everyone the Easter Weekend we all hoped for! 

Boat at Otter Point

The shores of every beach in Britain is likely to have been bombarded by impromptu trips to top-up tans and here at the West Coast things are livelier than ever! With any luck we'll be enjoying the sun for a while yet, allowing us all to dust the cobwebs off our summer gear and enjoy the great outdoors!

Today: Clear blue skies all day accompanied by a slight breeze

Monday: Sunny intervals throughout, with temperatures climbing to a comfortable 16°C

Tuesday: A cloudy start to the day, clearing up late morning and remaining sunny for a large part of the afternoon.

Wednesday: Looks to be mostly cloudy, with some brief rain showers. Temperatures remaining moderately high.

Thursday: Sporadic rain showers predicted to fall throughout the day, with things drying up in the evening.

Friday: More cloud and mild wind throughout, though things expected to remain dry.

Saturday: Looks to be mainly unchanged, with thick cloud to persist.

lake at golf courseThough we are not completely free of those pesky April showers, the week ahead offers us ample opportunity to enjoy the fresh outdoors!

Those visiting us this week are in for a real treat: the sunlight brings out the vibrant colours of the Island's flora and makes for an unforgetable sight. The Cairn, in particular, will be worth a visit to witness the incredible 360° view of Eriska's surroundings out towards the Isles of Lismore and Mull as well as Loch Creran. 

If you're in the area why not go on one of the boat tours that leave periodically from Oban and Port Appin: try your luck at spotting the infamous white-tailed sea eagle, witness the wonders of the numberous ancient castles that line the shores and bask in the beauty of the surroundings from the sea.

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