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Fair Isle Area
Squally showers perhaps thundery at first, these turning less frequent through the afternoon with sunny spells. Winds veering northwesterly increasing gale force, perhaps severe gale force across Shetland for a time. Turning cooler. Winds easing this evening and remaining showers soon dying away to be followed by a dry, cool night with clear skies with a frost developing as NW’ly winds fall light and back W’ly.
A cool, bright start on Friday but soon clouding over from the west but remaining dry. SW’ly winds freshening across Shetland. Rain and cloud on Saturday will be slow to clear, the rain most persistent across Shetland with some drier interludes for Orkney. Becoming generally drier and brighter overnight as fresh SW’ly winds become a lighter E’ly. Sunday mainly dry with variable amounts of cloud and light to moderate E’ly winds.
Possibly staying mainly dry and bright through next week with mostly light winds, these mainly E’ly in direction.
Sea State Next Three Days
Mostly moderate to rough, Highest in the west.
'A Time to Keep'
Songs by Lise Sinclair based on the short stories by George Mackay Brown
A Life to Remember
Isle: through the seasons'
This new book about the island now
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