Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 10:00 am on 02 March 2020
SEPA have 3 flood alerts in force for the whole of Scotland. That is Argyll and Bute, Scottish Borders, and West Central Scotland.
Here’s the weather for Monday
With a high of 8°C and a low of 1°C feels like -2°C.
Cloudy for part of the day and most of the evening.
Sunny intervals and sun in all its glory from 7:55 am until 1:55 pm with heavy cloud overhead at early lunchtime.
In the afternoon there should be cloud overhead until 3:55 pm then sunny intervals until the close of play. At about 1:55 pm there are wind gusts at the lower end of over 30 mph for a couple of hours.
The evening starts with a cloudy sky and mid-evening there is the inevitable fall of light rain until just before midnight.
Risks: Wind gusts over 30 mph make it difficult for pedestrians to walk. There is a risk of surprise showers this morning and early afternoon/evening. The risk is highest at lunchtime and in the evening at about 7:55 pm. Snow is forecast for high ground tonight and overnight.
Wind: A mixture of South Westerly, West South Westerly, and South-South Westerly
Speed: 11-(16)-19-(15)-14-(17) mph
Gusts: 21-(27)-32-(25)-(29) mph
That is it from me and please do have a magical Monday. The birds have been flying around, gently hopping from branch to branch and tree to tree. Some flying high while other swooping low to the ground.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office Forecasts.