Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 11 am on 14 March 2020
14 03 2020: Wind Gusts over 30 mph tonight. Cloudy all day with Light and Heavy rain mainly in the evening but some rain and showers in the afternoon.
Here is the weather for Saturday
Temperature: A high of 11°C and a low of 4°C, feels like 2°C.
Cloudy all day with Light and Heavy rain mainly in the evening but some rain and showers in the afternoon. This morning it is cloudy, we did have some rain overnight. Talking of which I was woken by a plane flying overhead at about 3 am. What an unusual time for a plane to fly over Dalgety Bay?
In the afternoon after lunch, there is some light rain for an hour or two. This is followed by cloud until 4:55 pm when there is heavy rain followed by light rain until the close of play.
For the evening the light rain turns to heavy rain at about 7:55 pm. That rain continues until mid-evening when the rain becomes heavy showers for an hour or two. Then, there is light rain and cloud until midnight.
Wind: South Easterly, (South-South Westerly), South Westerly, South-South Westerly, (Southerly), South-South Westerly, (South Westerly)
Speed: 7-(14)-8-16-(10)-19-(16) mph
Gusts: 13-(24)-16-27-(22)-33-37-(31) mph
Risks: Wind Gusts above 30 mph this evening making it difficult for pedestrians to walk.
Floods: There may be floods on roads in the usual places. Inverkeithing near roundabouts and Inverkeithing High School. Dalgety Bay near roundabouts at Aldi and Tesco. On route to Kincardine Bridge, near farmland and roundabouts. Again on route to Kirkcaldy or Aberdour near green spaces. I wonder, is there a plan to do anything about these issues, or are the authorities hoping it will all just go away magically by itself?
Rainfall: Surprise rainfall throughout the day and into the evening/overnight along with wintry showers especially in high places.
That is it from me and have a super Saturday. The birds are amazingly quiet. Perhaps they are having a quiet weekend snooze after all the excitement yesterday.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office Forecasts