31 10 2020: Cloudy, rain (2.5mm) and wind gusts (up to 52 mph) throughout the day. Evening rain 0.8 mm wind drops to 34 mph

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Dalgety Bay Weather: As at 11:30 am on 31 10 2010

There are flood alerts and flood warnings via SEPA for most of Scotland.  Our nearest risk being Central Scotland.

Here is the weather for Guising Saturday a very bad day for being out and about.

With a high of 15 °C and a low of 8 °C feels like 6 °C.

Cloudy and rain in the morning

From lunchtime, there are sunny intervals and cloud until mid-afternoon.

This is followed by rain at least 2.5 mm from mid-afternoon until after tea.
After tea brings more cloud followed by rain 0.8mm that continues to just before midnight.
Wind:  Easterly, South-South Easterly, Southerly, South Westerly,  (West South Westerly),  South Westerly, West South Westerly, South Westerly, (South Westerly)
Speed: 14-(22)-25-24-31-(29)-25-(18) mph
Gusts: 29-33-(41)-53-(52)-46-47-(34) mph
Risks:  Gusts of wind from just before lunchtime starting at 33 mph reaching a peak of 53 mph just before teatime.  This makes driving conditions difficult for cars and high sided vehicles. Therefore,  road bridges could be closed or have speed restrictions.  For pedestrians, those gusts could make it initially difficult to walk, but as the speed rises there is a risk that some pedestrians could be blown over.
That is it from me and do have a super Saturday.
The birds are quiet today.  I think they are busy building storm barricades to protect their nests.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT, AccuWeather and Met Office forecasts.

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