With a high of 20 °C and a low of 12 °C feels like 11 °C.
A cloudy day but sunny intervals and sun in all its glory until lunchtime.
From lunch time, the clouds start to fill the sky but the sun and sunny intervals return very quickly and shines for a couple of hours. After mid-afternoon the clouds arrive growing in number until tea time.
Then they start to diminish until the close of play.
In the evening, there will be a showers followed by overnight rain and clouds.
Wind: West South Westerly, (West South Westerly), West South Westerly,(South Westerly), South Westerly, (West South Westerly)
Speed: 12-17-(15)-18-13-(15)-14-21-(19) mph
Gusts: 23-28-(25)-32-26-29-24-(27)-30-39-(36) mph dropping to 28 mph early Wednesday morning but 30 mph plus returning after mid-morning on Wednesday.
Risks: Of random rainfall in the afternoon and tonight/overnight. Gusts of winds 30 mph and over after lunch and after tea make it difficult for pedestrians to walk.
That is it from me and do have a terrific Tuesday. The birds are performing many different variations. Sea gulls chatting about the wind on the rivers. I hear a soprano singing her favourite ballad, and a couple of Aves having a chat about. beach parties. That is trying to decide whether or not to stay at home in Dalgety Bay or venture out to Aberdour.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office forecasts.