Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 9:00 am on 8th March 2020
SEPA have 8 flood alerts and 8 flood warnings in place for Scotland. Our nearest alert is in the Central Area, therefore, please be careful when driving near and around Kincardine.
Just had a weather alert of showers for an hour or two at about 10:00 am and an update from the Met Office of rain at about 10:55 am.
Here is the weather for Sunday
Temperature: A high of 11°C and a low of 3°C feels like 2°C.
We have had a windy night and the wind gusts have dropped for a while to 30 mph. The gusts will increase again during the day peaking at about 35 mph near 2:05 pm. After which those wind gusts will reduce to about 23 mph near tea time.
The weather forecasters seem to have slightly different views of when it will rain today. Therefore, what you read below is my best guess about what is going to happen.
It should be a cloudy day with sunny intervals and showers.
This morning there is just less than 50% chance of showers from 9:55 am. Those 9:55 showers are most likely to happen this morning and should occur in a one-hour time slot. Otherwise, it is sunny intervals before 9:05 am and cloud until lunchtime.
In the afternoon, we see more cloud and a surprise burst of sun in all its glory mid-afternoon. To keep the flowers watered there will be showers after lunch and at about 4:05 pm.
For the evening, it is a cloudy sky until first thing on Monday morning.
Risks: Wind gusts over 30 mph make it difficult for pedestrians to walk. Random surprise showers and snow on the hills today. More showers tonight becoming less overnight with a small bit of frost on Monday morning.
Wind: West South Westerly until tea time, then South Westerly until midnight
Speed: 18-20-18-(20)-(13)-(10) mph
Gusts: 30-32-(35)-(23)-19-(20) mph
That is it from me and have a superb Sunday with family and friends. The birds were in top form singing at 5 am this morning and are flying high in the sky after their early morning party.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office forecasts