Dalgety Bay News: Weather as at 11:30 am on 23/11/2020.
Here is the weather for Monday
Wind Gusts above 30 mph from mid-afternoon.
SEPA have flood warnings in place for Ayrshire and Arran, Dumfries and Galloway, Scottish Borders and West Central Scotland.
A high of 54 °F (12 °C) and a low of 48 °F (9 °C) feels like 43 °F (6 °C)
Light Rain and heavy rain in the afternoon and evening
Sunny Intervals until just before lunch when the sky should fill with clouds.
After lunch, some heavy rain followed by light rain until tea time.
From tea time the light rain continues (with some heavy rain and perhaps a bit of respite from the rain at about 7:05 pm for an hour or two) until mid-evening when the rain will become heavier until midnight.
Wind: South Westerly all day and into the evening
Speed: 14-15-14-(16)-22-20-21-(20)-17-18-(17) mph
Gusts: 24-26-25-(29)-36-34-36-(34)-31-(33) mph
Wind gusts of over 30 mph start near mid-afternoon and continue until early Tuesday morning. Risk of surprise rainfall in the afternoon, tonight and overnight.
Time for me to log-off:
I hope you have a magical Monday and your day is a super one.
The birds seem to have already sheltered from the coming harsh winds. I hear they are all snuggled up in their nests enjoying lots of golden birdseed and they are glued to their TV watching Captain Birdseye (see en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Captain_Birdseye).
Weather report broadly based on Net Weather TV, Met Office, AccuWeather and Windy.com forecasts.
Interesting Links www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/uk/7-day/40604~Dalgety%20Bay and wind flow chart www.windy.com/56.037/-3.355?56.037,-3.355,18,m:feyaf3z
Please click on the plus sign when you see the interactive wind flow chart whether that be by clicking on a link or directly using the chart.
Wind flow chart courtesy Windy.com.