July 25, 2010
Weather w/c 25th July
When the Clyde Cruising Club announced their plan to break the world record Sunflower Yacht Rafting record last week we should have anticipated that the summer weather would break and it really did but at least we have returned to normality with sunshine and warm days. Anyway given that this is the last week before West Highland Yachting Week and the build up to the summer bank holiday I suppose we should and will expect a bit of variable weather.
So what does our weather expert predict:
Today:Mostly it will be dry and rather cloudy although it may have some showers at the start dying out later.
Monday: A cloudy start with some drizzle and mist. Gradually brightening up with some sunny intervals developing by the afternoon.
Tuesday: A dull start with drizzle and hill fog, then brightening with some sunny intervals breaking through. Mostly light winds.
Wednesday: Rather cloudy in the morning with a little rain and coastal mist.
Thursday: The morning cloud will clear by the afternoon and remain mainly dry.
Friday:it is likely to be rather cloudy with rain or showers, and possibly some locally heavy downpours. However, some bright or sunny spells are possible at times too.
Saturday It should be much drier than the rest of the week with variable amounts of cloud, some prolonged spells of sunshine and above normal to warm temperatures.