27 06 2020: Easterly Wind. Local Road Flooding. Hail and then Thunder mid-afternoon. Rain for most of the day and until the close of play.

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A cloudy day risk of rain/thunder
Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 2:15 pm 27 June 2020
SEPA has floods alerts in place across Scotland. These alerts include Fife. For more info please see the bottom of this article.   There is a risk of thunderstorms mid-afternoon, but SEPA has removed that risk from their website.
Here is the weather for Saturday
With a high of 18 °C and a low of 13 °C feels like 10 °C.
Heavy and Light showers with some hail after lunch until mid-afternoon.
After which there is thunder with light rain until tea time.
This is followed by light and heavy rain until the close of play.
Then it is a cloudy sky until midnight.
Wind: East North Easterly, Easterly, South-South Easterly, South Easterly, Easterly, South Easterly, South-South Easterly, Southerly, South-South Westerly, South-South Westerly,
Speed: 9-11-6-(8)-6-(13) mph
Gusts: 15-17-13-11-(13)-12-(22)
Risks: Flooding at the usual points in Aberdour, Dalgety Bay, Inverkeithing and on route to Kincardine or Kirkcaldy.  Easterly wind means a risk of planes overhead from Edinburgh Airport.  There is a risk of thunder from mid-afternoon until just before tea-time.
That is it from me and do have a super Saturday.  The birds have been on the lookout for a big increase of people sunbathing on the beach.  I cannot help but think that they might be a tad disappointed.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office Forecasts.

An updated FLOOD ALERT has been issued for Fife.

Heavy thundery showers are likely to develop during Saturday.

Most places will stay dry, however if your area is affected by a heavy shower, this may lead to localised flooding from surface water and small watercourses. The greatest risk is if these occur over built-up areas and the transport network. Possible impacts may include flooding of low-lying land, roads, properties and disruption to travel.

Thunderstorms are intense, localised, hard to predict and their flooding impacts vary. Due to the very localised nature of flooding from thunderstorms, your specific area may not be impacted.

Remain vigilant and remember, it is your responsibility to take actions which help protect yourself and your property.  Advice and information is also available through Floodline on 0345 9881188.  This FLOOD ALERT UPDATE is now in force until further notice.  If you haven’t already signed up to receive free flood messages, please call Floodline or register online at sepa.org.uk/floodingsignup.

Your Floodline quick dial number for this area is 23300

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