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West Coast Weather - Week Commencing 1st June

  
  
  

Today marks the first meteorological day of Summer - a time I'm sure many thought would never come! Though we aren't quite enjoying the tropic weather so many of us desire, Scotland seems to have finally settled into a comfortable medium with more than enough sunshine to keep us content and the occasional rain shower to keep the flora a nice crisp green.

Sunset from Eriska

With the celebration of out 40th Anniversary yesterday, we've been hoping for a few days of proper sunshine to help celebrate in style, though it would seem the weather has different plans!

Today: Things looking to be a bit dull with overcast throughout the day and some heavy rain in the evening

Monday: Rain will continue to fall until late afternoon with things drying up in the evening.

Tuesday: Today looks to be dry for the best part of the day with some light shower and sunny intervals late afternoon

Wednesday: Rain showers will dominate the day with occasional bursts of sunshine in the afternoon.

Thursday: After a dry and bright morning, some showers are due in the later part of the evening

Friday: Light rain showers and periodic sunshine throughout.

Saturday: Things look to be mainly unchanged for the end of the week, though temperatures climb back up past 20°C mid afternoon.

For those coming to visit the West Coast this week, a bit of Castle spotting may be an interesting way to make the most of your trip to accommodate the ever-changing weather.

Scotland's West Coast is littered with castles on both the main land and many of the Island's, and while some of them only stand as unsheltered ruins, a few such as Duart Castle and Castle Stalker offer an escape from the rain

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