10-day forecast

Last Updated 08:12

Sunrise 08:27

Sunset 15:53

Day overview



High C 43°F Low C 36°F

Heavy Rain

Wind speed 22 mph 35 km/h North Westerly

Environmental forecast

  • UV Low
  • Pollution Low

Hourly forecast



More persistent rain spreading from southwest, preceded by snow on high ground in south but probably remaining as snow over northern Argyll, moderate falls possible. Clearing to wintry showers later. Severe gales likely over Kintyre and Ayrshire.


A mixture of clear intervals and wintry showers these giving accumulations on high ground with strong to gale force westerly winds. Drier by morning, easing winds.

Met Office warnings issued for Argyll and Bute

  1. Active

    Yellow warning of ice

    Updated 28 November at 17:23
    2100 on Sat 28 November
    1000 on Sun 29 November

    Frequent wintry showers and falling temperatures, (along with pre-existing wet surfaces in areas which have seen a lot of rainfall on Saturday), are likely to lead to some icy surfaces on Saturday evening and overnight into Sunday morning. Higher level routes may also be affected by accumulations of a few cm of snow.

    Please be aware of the need to take extra care when traveling, with the possibility of localised minor travel disruption.

  2. Active

    Yellow warning of wind

    Updated 28 November at 11:20
    0700 on Sun 29 November
    2000 on Sun 29 November

    A blustery weekend is expected across much of the UK but particularly on Sunday across Northern Ireland, Wales, England and parts of southern Scotland, where severe gales are expected to affect some areas. Inland gusts of 50 to 60 mph could occur, perhaps most likely across western areas together with parts of northern England. Gusts around western coasts could locally reach around 70 mph, this most likely in coastal areas of north Wales, northwest England and Dumfries and Galloway.

    This is an update to the warning originally issued on Friday to cover the weekend, drawing out the likelihood of stronger gusts on Sunday.Please be aware of the potential for disruption due to the gales and severe gales.

  3. Active

    Yellow warning of snow

    Updated 28 November at 12:08
    0700 on Sun 29 November
    1000 on Mon 30 November

    Outbreaks of rain will turn to snow in areas just to the north of the Central Belt during Sunday morning, persisting into the afternoon in places. This may bring a few cm of snow even to low levels, while 10-15 cm could accumulate over some high ground areas. In other areas a mix of wintry showers persists through the daytime on Sunday, becoming heavier and more widespread, and spreading south during the evening and nighttime period, leading to further accumulating snow in places, as well as an enhanced risk of ice into Monday morning.

    Please be aware of the need to take extra care and allow more time for travel, but also keep up to date with any further updates to this warning - the southern limit of the more widespread snow is particularly uncertain.


  • Yellow:
    Be aware
  • Amber:
    Be prepared
  • Red:
    Take action
  • Rain
  • Wind
  • Snow
  • Ice
  • Fog

Issued by the Met Office