A couple of days ago I had a whinge about the weather. I predicted official figures, at the end of the month, would show record rainfall.
Now the BBC is reporting Scotland is "on course" for the wettest May since records began in 1910.
What's more, we've already had double the average rainfall for May.
And I'm about to head off on the Skye Mor course! (I'm in Portree on the map alongside).
In fairness, it looks like the front came through overnight.
So rather than the type of rain that feels like someone is pouring a giant bath-tub of water over your head, I'm expecting patchy showers. That's not the main issue.
Because each time I look at the surface pressure chat, the isobars have narrowed. The westerly wind now looks like being be the main challenge of the day. I feel that short-cut coming on...