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12 02 2020 Snow/Ice warnings: Wind Gusts over 30 mph until 3:05pm. Snow may start at about 8:10 am but Sunny intervals and sun in all its glory until 10:55 am. Heavy showers until after 1 pm. Cloudy, then sun in all its glory and sunny intervals until the close of play. This evening clear skies and partially cloudy until midnight.

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Young lady on a rainy day in October with her hood and umbrella up

Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 8:30 am on 12 02 2020

Here is the weather for Wednesday
Temperature: A high of 6°C and a low of -1°C, feels like -6°C
SEPA Warnings:  8 Flood alerts and 6 Flood Warnings.  Mainly in North of Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway and the West of Scotland.
Met Office: Snow and Ice warnings in place for most of Scotland.  That warning includes Dalgety Bay and extends to just past Burntisland. Please do remember the weather may operate badly outside of our predefined mathematical zones and weather forecast models.

Some sources suggest that Snow may start at about 8:10 am in Dalgety Bay.  It may just be a short flurry though.

Other forecasters say…

Sunny intervals and sun in all its glory until 10:55 am. Heavy showers until after 1 pm.
Cloudy, then sun in all its glory and sunny intervals until the close of play.
This evening clear skies and partially cloudy until midnight.
Risks: Wind gusts over 30 mph until mid-afternoon.  Pedestrians will find it difficult to walk. Risk of surprise wintry showers. Some showers in the evening with a risk of Frost and snow on high ground.  Watch out for ice on the roads especially near and under bridges or partly sheltered roads.
Wind: Westerly, West South Westerly and South Westerly
Gusts of 36 mph declining to 30 mph at mid-afternoon
That is it from me and have a wonderful Wednesday.  Birds don’t seem to be tweeting.  Perhaps, they have flown off to North Queensferry where they may be trying to find out why there has been no traffic on the bridge.   I think they are hoping that it will become a super nest for the Aves.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office Forecasts

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13 02 2020 Wind gusts over 30 mph this morning. Heavy rain and flooding on roads. Planes overhead from Edinburgh Airport (Easterly Wind). Early afternoon light rain then heavy showers and more light rain from mid-afternoon until the close of play. Cloudy all evening and overnight with more heavy rain on Friday at about 10:55

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