Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 10 am on 23 May 2020
Here is the weather for Saturday
There are 5 flood alerts in place for the West and North of Scotland.
With a high of 13° C and a low of 8° C feels like 7° C.
Wind gusts over 40 mph. Heavy rain until mid-morning. Then cloud until after lunch
The gusts continue and that cloud then becomes light rain mid-afternoon for a couple of hours. After which it is cloudy until tea-time.
During tea, those gusts are still with us and until mid-evening, there is a risk of some light showers until the close of play.
The evening sees more cloud in the sky until Sunday morning. However, the wind speed reduces below 40 mph just before midnight.
That promised bank holiday sunshine is likely to start near tea-time on Sunday and return on Monday.
Wind: South Westerly, (West South Westerly), (West South Westerly), (West South Westerly)
Speed: 25-22-(29)-30-(28)-(21) mph
Gusts: 43-40-(50)-52-48-(50)-(37) mph
Risks: Wind Gusts above 40 mph (64.37 km/h) until just before midnight make it difficult for pedestrians to walk and motorists to drive. Those gusts increase in severity about lunchtime. Wind gusts reaching a top speed of about 52 mph (83.69 km/h). Risk of the Forth Road Bridge being closed to buses. Risk of random surprise showers throughout the day. These should diminish this evening. Risk of more rain overnight and early Sunday morning.
That is it from me, and do have a super Saturday. Remember the new lockdown easing comes into play on 28th May and we are quite a few days away from that. The birds are quiet they seem to have run for shelter to their executive nests full of golden seeds and luscious light green grass, they might even have daytime TV.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office forecasts