16 02 2020: Flooding. Early morning, more rain at about 1:05 am for an hour or two and winds over 30 mph returns at about 2:05 am. Hitting a peak of 59mph by midnight. Sunny intervals – rain in the mid-afternoon until tea
Dalgety Bay Weather: 12:01 am on 16 February 2020
Met Office Yellow Weather Warning in place for most of Scotland.
SEPA: Flood Alert in place for Fife.
Parts of South Scotland additionally have an amber warning for rain – expires today.
Here is the weather for Sunday
With a high of 8°C and a low of 3°C.
Rain, Cloud, Sunny intervals and Wind today.
Early morning, more rain at about 1:05 am for an hour or two and winds over 30 mph that returns at about 2:05 am. Hitting a peak of 46 mph at about 3:05 am.
A cloudy day with sunny intervals at 8 am for an hour or two. Wind gusts drop to 36 mph by 8:05 am and…
Rise to 53 mph by mid-afternoon dropping to 51 mph by tea time.
More cloud in the afternoon with light and heavy rain mid-afternoon until after tea.
The Cloud continues in the evening and the light rain returns at about 11:05 pm and the wind rises to 59 mph near the midnight hour.
Risks: Flooding near Inverkeithing roundabouts and from land near the roads. Further floods near Aldi’s, Tesco and the routes to Aberdour and Kirkcaldy. Wind Gusts above 30 mph make it difficult to walk. The wind does increase above 40 and 50 mph which makes it difficult for high sided vehicles and traffic in general. Therefore, please do take care while driving.
Snow on high ground and surprise random showers throughout the day and the evening.
Wind: Southerly, South Southwesterly, (Southwesterly), West Southwesterly, (Southwesterly), (Southwesterly), (Southwesterly)
Speed: 14-13-26-(25)-20-(28)-31-(29)-(33) mph
Gusts: 27-46-44-(46)-37-(47)-53-51-52-(51)-(58) mph
That is it from me and have a superb Sunday. The birds are fast asleep after stocking up with flood and wind protection supplies.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office forecasts.