10-06-2020: Plenty of Rain today from mid-morning until just before midnight: Wind Gusts of Over 30 mph just before midnight – makes walking diffcult. Beware of local flooding on roads

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Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 9:45 am on 10th June 2020

Here Is the weather for Wednesday.
With a high of 12 °C and a low of 9 °C that feels like 7 °C.

It will Rain for most of the day and into the evening

Cloudy this morning.  Then the light rain starts mid-morning that soon becomes heavy rain until lunchtime.
After lunch, the heavy rain continues until mid-afternoon.   Then the heavy rain becomes light and continues until tea time.
From tea time the light rain then continues until just before midnight.
Wind: East South Easterly, Easterly, (Easterly), Easterly, East North Easterly, (East North Easterly), Easterly, East North Easterly, Easterly, (East North Easterly)
Speed: 7-(13)-14-13-(15)-19-(18) mph
Gusts: 11-(17)-(25)-(31) mph
Risks:  Wind Gusts of over 30 mph (48.28 km/h) before midnight until early morning on Thursday and return at about lunchtime on that day.  Those gusts make it difficult for pedestrians to walk.  There is an Easterly wind all day that continues until at least Tuesday.  As you all know when there is an Easterly wind there is a risk of planes flying overhead from Edinburgh Airport.   However, many scheduled flights have been cancelled because of the pandemic.
There is light and heavy rain for most of the day.  Therefore, if you are out and about beware of flooding in all the usual places. That is at or near Aldi and Tesco at the roundabouts.  Near Inverkeithing High School and roundabouts from Dalgety Bay to Rosyth and Kincardine.  On the Kincardine route, there are usually a number of areas that flood regularly when it rains.  It is amazing how this feature of our road system appears to be a surprise to those that are responsible for our road system.  And of course, if you are driving east towards Kirkcaldy, there could be the usual floods on the way to Aberdour, and Kinghorn and Kirkcaldy.
That is it from me and have a wonderful Wednesday.   The birds are merrily singing, a party seems to be in full flow.  Pond diving competitions, and find the king-size feed box.  There must be a bird gala coming up.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office Forecasts.

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