Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 9:45 am on 16 May 2020
Mostly Cloudy.with some sunny intervals and perhaps some showers in the afternoon (less than a 50% chance after lunch and late afternoon)
Cloudy with some random sunny intervals until just after lunchtime.
After lunch, the cloud continues with a risk of some initial random showers. The cloud then continues until teatime but there is a risk of more random showers. Those showers arrive at about 4:05 pm for an hour or two.
The clouds continue after tea with some random sunny intervals until the close play.
Wind: Westerly, West South Westerly, (Westerly), (Westerly), Westerly, (West South Westerly)
Speed: 16-15-(18)-17-18-17-18-(16)-(11) mph
Gusts: 26-(30)-28-29-(27)-22-25-(22) mph
Risks: Wind gusts of 30 mph (48 kilometres per hour) and over at lunchtime make it difficult for pedestrians to walk. Risk of random surprise showers throughout the day. Tonight the ransom risk of rain showers diminishes. But overnight there is a risk of some surprise rainfall.
That is it from me and have a super Saturday. The birds have been quiet this morning I think all the excitement of having early morning parities has been just too much for our feathered friends. Being sensible, they have gone back to sleep for a while.
Remember, we live in Scotland and the law is very clear here.
- Stay Inside
- Stay safe,
- Save the NHS.
- Work from home if you can
- If you are a KEY worker (as defined by law NHS/Carer/Retail Food staff and support etc) go to work as normal
- If you have the symptoms of COVID-19 stay at home and self-isolate.
- You can go out for exercise each day (More than one session from 11th May) and talk to one other but apply Social Distancing Rules 6 feet (2-metre rule) apart
- You can go out for essential shopping again applying the Social Distancing rule.
- No arrangements have been made yet for pupils to return to school
Police Scotland advise on travel
Stay local and make use of open spaces close to your home where possible to exercise, and avoid all unnecessary travel.
Allowed car use…
– Infrequent shopping for basic necessities, such as food or medicine. People should use delivery services where they can
– For exercise, either alone or with people you live with
– For a medical need, such as a doctor or hospital visit, or to take care of the vulnerable
What is the advice on social distancing and visiting family?
Social distancing guidance is still in force in Scotland, with people advised to stay two metres apart from each other.
Members of the public have also been urged to wear a face covering, such as a scarf or home-made mask, in busy places where maintaining social distancing is difficult.
The ‘stay at home’ message still remains, this means people should not leave their households to visit family members or friends.