13 08 2020: Mist Risk Tonight and Overnight. Cloudy day with sunny intervals from mid-afternoon until the close of play.

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Quueens Bridge Mist Risk
Dalgety Bay Weather:  10:15 am as at 13th August 2020
SEPA Has flood alerts in 6 places in Scotland of which, Tayside and Dundee and Angus are our risk points.
While our nearest lightning storms today are between Cambridge and St Albans
Here is  the weather for Thursday

With a high of 16 °C and a low of 11 °C, feels like 10 °C.

Cloudy until after lunch.  

Then the sun will try to pop through the clouds in the sky, and from mid-afternoon, there should be sunny intervals until the close of play.

This evening, the clouds could become heavy and this heaviness may continue overnight with some mist coming our way in the early hours of Friday morning.

Wind:  (Easterly), (Easterly), Easterly, (North Easterly)
Speed: (12)-15-14-15-(14)-13-14-(12) mph
Gusts: (15)-24-(22)-23-(19) mph

Risks:  Of drizzle throughout the day and into the evening.  Risk of mist tonight and especially in the early hours of Friday morning.  Therefore, please take care while travelling on the three road bridges.  That is the Queensferry Crossing, Forth Road Bridge (buses, taxis, cyclists and pedestrians),  and Kincardine Bridge.   There is an Easterly wind and as you know that could mean planes overhead from Edinburgh Airport.

That is it from me and I hope you all have a trouble-free Thursday.  The birds seem to have disappeared from my garden.  Ah, yes I worked out what they are up to.   They are trying to find out where all the speed traps are on the human air-bridges.  That is just in case they accidentally breach the speed limit.  Once they have all the co-ordinates they will publish a book.  Perhaps it could be called   ‘A birds-eye guide to staying safe’.

Weather report broadly based on IFTTT, AccuWeather and Met Office Forecasts,

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