Dalgety Bay Climes: As at 11:30 am on 04/01/2021.
Here is the weather for Monday
There is a Met Office UK weather warning of ice for the East Coast of Scotland and North East England.
A cold evening with temperatures at 3c and perhaps below. Beware of ice on the roads, under bridges and trees. Take care while out and about today and tonight when walking or driving. Risk of snow/rain this morning, and near and during tea. Because of the challenges facing snowfall forecasts, these showers could be rain, sleet or snow or a combination of those just mentioned. Therefore, plan for rain and frost overnight if you need to travel on Tuesday and expect some icy patches.
Summary and temperature:
Ice Risk, Cloudy, showers rain/snow this morning and near and during tea-time
Temp: A high of 39 °F (4 °C) and a low of 32 °F (0°C)
Sunny intervals and showers. 50% and above risk of rain and snow.
Cloudy with some sunny intervals. Risk of rain and snow before tea 50%
Snow and rain risk continues at tea-time. Cloudy for the rest of the evening and overnight.
Wind: Northerly, but mainly North-North Easterly until midnight
Speed: 13-(13)-11-10-11-(10)-13-10-11-(10) mph
Gusts: Start at 28 mph, and drop to 24 mph just before mid-afternoon falling to 22 mph by teatime. Then drops to 20 mph near that midnight hour.
Of showers throughout the day. There may be rain or snow showers. The highest snow risk is today (Over 50% Chance at about tea-time)
Ice on roads and pavement particularly tonight and possibly first thing on Tuesday morning. A high risk for essential workers in addition to COVID-19. Take it nice and easy when going to work. Some forecasters say that there may be snow tomorrow (Tuesday).
Time for me to log-off:
I hope you have a magical Monday especially if you are working from home or an essential worker.
The birds are tweeting. Golden Seeds stocks near exhaustion. The team of Aves have safely reached the Champagne region of France and busily trying to find those much-needed seeds.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT, AccuWeather and Met Office forecasts.