13 07 2020: Westerly Wind: A Cloudy day with a risk of rain and surprise sunny intervals after tea

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A cloudy day with sun

Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 9:15 am on 13th July 2020

Here is the weather for Monday
With a high of 18 °C and a low of 13 °C feels like 11 °C.  
A cloudy day:  Light and heavy cloud all morning.
Then the cloud continues until tea-time with some light rain after lunch for an hour to two.

At tea-time, there will be some sunny intervals followed by cloud and more sunny intervals until the close of play.

In the evening partly cloudy skies continue until early Tuesday morning when there may be some sunny intervals.

Wind: South Westerly, West South Westerly, (West South Westerly), Westerly, West South Westerly, Westerly, (Westerly), (Westerly)

Speed: 11-10-(15)-17-15-(17)-(12) mph

Gusts:19-(25)-27-24-28-25-(29)-(23) mph

Risks: Of surprise rain in the morning and a lesser risk of rain in the afternoon (apart from after lunch).   The risk of rain lessens tonight and overnight. Not as sunny as yesterday and therefore there is a very small Ultraviolet Ray risk. That is a high of 5. 

That is it from me and do have a magical Monday.   The birds are exchanging texts.   Their little beaks pecking away at great speed on their touch-sensitive screens. I think they are saying what a great invention we can peck out our texts and tweet at the same time. Great for secret messages. Not sure how long this Avian mobile phone fad will last!

Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office Forecasts.





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