Dalgety Bay Weather at 9:30 am on 18th June 2020
Here is the weather for Thursday
Temperature: A high of 16 °C and a low of 10 °C feels like 8 °C.
A cloudy morning and there may be surprise sunny intervals after mid-morning until lunchtime. During those sunny intervals, there may be an hour or two of cloud in the sky.
This is followed by sunny intervals until teatime. Some forecasters are indicating that we may be blessed with the sun in all its glory before and after mid-afternoon.
From tea time there are clouds in the sky until midnight.
Wind: East South Easterly, Easterly, (Easterly), Easterly, (East North Easterly), (East North Easterly)
Speed: 11-9-(10)-15-(14)-13-14-(12) mph
Gusts: 13-11-(15)-(22)-20-(19) mph
Risks: Of surprise showers and rain throughout the day. There may be mist and fog near and on the River Forth. Therefore, please take care when driving across the Forth Road Bridge (Taxi and buses), Queensferry Crossing and Kincardine Bridge. Tonight… Overnight patches of mist and fog from the River will come inland. We can also expect patchy rain tonight and overnight.
An Easterly wind will mean there is a risk of planes overhead from Edinburgh Airport. It looks as though the airport is restarting their services as there have been about 10 planes overhead yesterday during normal operating hours. Only three of those have flown above Dalgety Bay at 7,000 feet. Outside of normal operational hours the noise level for flights should be below 40 db (see guidelines from WHO pages 18 and 19 www.euro.who.int/__data/assets/pdf_file/0008/383921/noise-guidelines-eng.pdf?ua=1 )
Last night there were 5 flights all registering a noise value above 50 db one flight being at 3:24 am. As the Easterly wind is likely to continue until 8 pm on Saturday if you are a light sleeper you may need to wear some ear protection tonight before you go to sleep.
That is it from me and have a fantastic Friday. The birds have been singing and chatting. They have heard all about Boris’s minor car incident yesterday.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT, AccuWeather, BBC Weather and Met Office Forecasts