Issued 2022-05-26 06:11:09
Valid: 26/05/2022 0600 - 27/05/2022 0600
Upper low will graze northern Scotland as it moves east over the Shetland Islands towards Norway today, cold upper air (500 hPa temps of -30C) associated with upper low atop of relatively warmer SSTs / surface heating over land will produce steep lapse rates and will support scattered heavy showers and some thunderstorms spreading east off the Atlantic across Scotland through the day and also continuing Thursday night. Showers/storms will be most frequent towards western and northern Scotland. A risk of hail, gusty winds and localised flooding possible with heaviest cells.
Issued by: Nick Finnis
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