Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 11:15 am on 19 February 2020
There are SEPA flood warnings in place for Scotland – our nearest one being in the central area of Scotland (Stirling and Falkirk areas and surrounds but be careful at the borders such as Kincardine)
Here’s the weather for Wednesday
With a high of 9°C and a low of 2°C feels like 0°C.
Cloudy all day and into the evening.
Light rain from just before tea followed by heavy and light rain until midnight.
Risks: Wind over 30 mph from just after 4:55 pm and this continues until the early hours of Thursday morning. These gusts make it difficult for pedestrians to walk Risk of random surprise showers in the afternoon. There is also a risk of rain overnight. Take care late afternoon and into the evening while driving – floods in all the usual places, Inverkeithing near roundabouts and Inverkeithing High School. Dalgety Bay, near Roundabouts especially near Aldi’s and Tesco. Also be careful on routes to Aberdour and Kirkcaldy.
Wind: Mainly South Westerly. South-South Westerly mid-afternoon until after tea. Returns to South Westerly that become West South Westerly just before midnight.
Speed: Starts at 14 mph and peaks at 23 mph at tea-time. Then drops to 18 mph by midnight.
Gusts: Starts at 25 mph and drops to 21 mph at lunchtime. Rises to 38 mph after tea and drops to 33 mph before midnight.
That is it from me and have a wonderful Wednesday. The birds are out and about, perhaps stocking up supplies for more storms.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office forecasts