Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 10 am on 6th July 2020
Here is the weather for Monday
With a high of 17 °C and a low of 12 °C feels like 10 °C.
Cloudy in the morning with sunny intervals until just after mid-morning. Then a cloudy sky until lunchtime.
After lunch, the cloud continues until tea time but there is a chance of some sunny intervals with a risk of random showers.
Then from tea time, the cloud starts to disappear to reveal the sun in all its glory until the close of play.
While in the evening we should be blessed with a clear sky that continues until the early hours of Tuesday morning.
Wind: West North Westerly, North Westerly, (North Westerly), West North Westerly, Westerly, (Westerly), Westerly, (West South Westerly)
Speed: 10-11-10-(12)-11-(17)-(13) mph (some forecasters report in Knots per hour – a common mistake is to think that the K means Kilometres)
Gusts: 15-19-18-(19)-(29)-(25) mph
Risks: Despite the cloud in the sky ultraviolet rays may reach 6 while you are out just after lunch for an hour or two. There is a risk of surprise showers throughout the day and into the evening. The surprise showers are most likely at lunchtime and at about 2:05 pm for an hour or two.
That is it from me and have a magical Monday. The birds are singing happily. I hear they took a detour from Carlisle and ended up in London. They found lots of beer glasses to have a drink from. But saw all these strange signs about something called COVID-19. There were lots of humans struggling to wear their face coverings and drink at the same time! Quite a challenge I have been told. They say the more the humans drank the more difficult the face-covering management became. Perhaps someone could invent eating and drinking coverings? Not sure if that would comply with the regulations, but I am sure someone could invent a covering that allows food and drink to be consumed and then the mouth opening can be closed after the event?
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office forecasts.