Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 10 am on 6th August 2020
Flood Warning SEPA: Just one warning in place in West Central Scotland that is Goyle Bridge near Kirkintilloch
Here is the weather for Thursday
UV 6: Easterly wind. Sunny intervals, Sun until just before tea when it will be partly cloudy, with more sunny intervals after tea.
With a high of 22 °C and a low of 14 °C.
This morning there will be sunny intervals and sun until lunchtime.
From lunchtime, the sun in all its glory continue until just before tea-time when the clouds try to fill the sky again.
From tea-time until the close of play there should be sunny intervals with a surprise visit from the sun in all its glory until the close of play.
In the evening the part cloud-filled skies continue until early Friday morning when the Sun returns for about four or five hours.
Wind: Westerly, (South-South Westerly), East South Westerly, Easterly, (Easterly), East South Easterly, South Easterly, (Southerly)
Speed: 9-(5)-10-(9)-5-(6) mph
Gusts: 13-(7)-15-(12)-11-(14) mph
Risks: It is going to be a sunny day please remember to put your sun protection on. Especially as the UV index reaches a high of 6 just after lunch. Tonight and overnight there is a risk of mist or fog near the River Forth, therefore, please take care while driving tonight/overnight near any of our local bridges. That is the Queensferry Crossing, Forth Road Bridge and Kincardine Bridge.
There is an Easterly wind after lunch until just before midnight and there may be flights overhead from Edinburgh Airport.
That is it from me and do have a trouble-free Thursday. The birds are singing random love songs, and they seem to be in a quiet romantic mood and perhaps singing “I am in the mood for love”. See Nat King Cole’s version youtu.be/Gg7OUG9V_cw
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office Forecasts.