Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 9:05 am on 26th August 2020
Flood alerts in place for most of Scotland including Fife
Here’s the weather for Wednesday. The forecasts are conflicting so here goes…
With a high of 16° C and a low of 10 °C feels like 9 °C
It will be Cloudy for most of the day.
A cloudy start to Wednesday, with a high risk of rain mid-morning for an hour or two.
From lunchtime, the clouds continue with just over a 52% risk of showers from about 1:55 pm until 3:05 pm
This is followed from tea time with sunny intervals until the close of play. But there is a small risk of more showers.
In the evening, the clouds return with a 52% or more chance of rain until midnight:
Wind: West North Westerly, North Westerly, (North Westerly), North Westerly, West South Westerly, Southerly, South Easterly, (East South Easterly), Easterly, East South Easterly, (Easterly)
Speed: 5-4-5-(4)-3-(10)-11-(10) mph
Gusts: 16-(6)-(13)-16-(15) mph
Risks: Surprise showers and rainfall all day and into the evening. Flooding on roads, near Tesco and Asda in Dalgety Bay. Watch out for floods in Inverkeithing, and on your travels to Aberdour, Kirkcaldy and Kincardine. There is an easterly wind for part of today, therefore, there may be planes overhead from Edinburgh Airport.
That is it from me and I hope you all have a wonderful Wednesday. The birds are sweetly singing with the occasional baritone adding some heavenly harmony to a delightful sonnet.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT, AccuWeather, BBC and Met Office Forecasts.