Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 2:45 pm on 2nd July 2020
SEPA has 5 flood warnings in place, there are none for Fife. Our nearest warning being Central Scotland
With a high of 16 °C and a low of 10 °C.
Mostly cloudy in the afternoon until just before tea. There is a risk of showers at 4:05 pm. There are sunny intervals from just before tea time until the close of play all with a varying degree of cloud cover.
After tea light rain and heavy showers are predicted. After the close of play, there should be a cloudy sky until the early hours of Friday morning when it will start to rain. That rain will continue for most of Friday.
Wind: Easterly, East South Easterly, Easterly, East South Easterly, Easterly, (South Easterly), South Easterly, West South Westerly, (West South Westerly)
Speed: 7-5-8-(6)-5-(11) mph
Gusts: 9-6-10-(8)-(21) mph
Risks: Surprise showers and rain throughout the day and into the evening. Rain continues early on Friday and for the rest of the day. Therefore, please allow a bit more time to get to and return from work on Friday. Expect that there will be flooding on local roads in the usual places tomorrow.
An Easterly Wind means that there may well be planes overhead from Edinburgh Airport.
That is it from me and I hope you do have a trouble-free Thursday. The birds are quietly going about their business, I hope they have not sent me to Coventry!
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT, Met Office, BBC and AccuWeather Forecasts