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

Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 8:30 am on 13 February 2020

Here is the weather for Thursday
Temperature: A high of 5°C and a low of -1°C feels like -3°C

Light rain for an hour two followed by heavy rain until after lunch.

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 am
Risks: Easterly wind until 5:05 pm which means planes overhead from Edinburgh Airport.  The Easterly wind returns early Friday morning and ceases at about 11:05 am.  Risk of surprise rainfall during the day.  Random Snowfalls during the day and on high ground.  The risk of snowfall in the evening continues on high ground.
Wind gusts now over 30 mph reaching a peak of 36 mph at 7:55 am dropping to 30 mph at 10:05 am.   At this speed, it makes it difficult for pedestrians to walk.
Frost overnight risk of frost on windscreens on Friday morning.
With all that rain there is a flooding risk on local roads. All the usual places, roundabouts, Inverkeithing, Near Aldi’s, and on route to Aberdour and Kirkcaldy.
Wind: Easterly, East North Easterly, (North Easterly), North North Easterly, (Northerly), North North Westerly, (North Westerly)
Speed: 18-24-(14)-16-(10)-(4) mph
Gusts: 30-36-(25)-28-(18)-(6) mph
That is it from me and have a trouble-free Thursday.  Birds are tweeting again they have heard a strange sound in our skies. The monster birds are overhead making a sound they have not heard for a while. The gulls have also popped into the Bay for a catch-up chat and shelter from the storms at sea.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office Forecasts.

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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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