Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 11:00 am on 27th September 2020
Here is the weather for Sunday.
With a high of 11 °C and a low of 4 °C feels like 1 °C.
Sun in all its glory until lunchtime.Then sunny intervals until tea time with some surprise cloudy sky for an hour or an hour or two.
After 5:55 pm sunny intervals continue until the close of play.
Then in the evening, there are in the main clear skies until midnight.
Wind: Westerly, (Westerly), West South Westerly, South-South Westerly, South Westerly, (South Westerly), Westerly, East South Easterly, Southerly, South-South Westerly, (South Westerly)
Speed: 7-8-(6)-3-(4)-3-(4) mph
Gusts: 13-(8)-5-(6)-7-(6) mph
Risks: Frost until about lunchtime. Small risk of fog patches tonight and overnight.
That is it from me enjoy your Sunday with your family. And please do remember, households cannot meet other households inside. Therefore, do FaceTime or Zoom your friends and family. If you do have friends and relatives that don’t use these tools just pick up the phone and make conversation, They will appreciate it.
The birds are a bit quiet. I think they have sent me to Coventry. Perhaps in revenge for my quietness about what is happening with COVID-19. I must admit, I have been very busy but I cannot help but think the whole issue is very confusing.
So how can I explain anything? I know the UK chancellor of the Exchequer is trying to be very helpful. But the new Job Support Scheme when you have mention of 33%, then 33% of the unearned income shared between the HMRC and the employer. Then there is a 77% figure and there I was thinking about two 33.33333% which theoretically means 67%. Then there are politicians talking about that it will cost the employer 54%. It then is time to simply pour out a glass of red wine. Then there all the COVID-19 rule changes in NI, Scotland, Wales and England which are all different. And over this weekend there is the news of the students in Halls of Residence having to lockdown alone without food and other supplies. I think if I was a bird a would be squawking a shrill!
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT and Met Office forecasts.