Cloud, for today with some sunny intervals and sun during and after lunch until after eight pm on Wednesday. Mist, Risk, and Patchy Rain today and tonight 25th August 2021.
At the moment the sky in Dalgety Bay is split. Looking out of the window towards the east, there are 57 varieties of grey. But if one looks West, the sun is cracking the flags (pavements) while above there is a most gorgeous blue sky. Not a cloud of grey or otherwise to be seen. But the heat is not hot enough to fry some eggs for my lunch. Back to the cooker for me.
Temperature; With a high of 63° F (17° C) and a low of 55° F (13° C).
At 6 am, it’s 58° F (14° C) and cloudy outside. Visibility is poor (mist)
UV index max lunchtime : 6
Pollen count: 4
Wind: Speeds maximum 12 mph, but there may be wind gusts over 19 mph reaching a top of 21 mph at teatime for a couple of hours. There is a risk of umbrellas turning inside out, and if one is frail or elderly, there is a small risk of being blown over.
Wind initially: Westerly, and West South Westerly Then we should have the Easterly winds mid-afternoon and then onward: Easterly, East North Easterly, Easterly, East South Easterly.
Risks: Planes overhead from Edinburgh Airport those Easterly winds keep causing flights over the Bay. There is a small chance of mist, drizzle, and patchy rain today and this evening. Wind Gusts above 18 mph – risk for pedestrians, particularly the elderly and frail.
That is it from me, and do have a Wonderful Wednesday.
Tomorrow… Easterly winds again
Thursday morning we will have more cloud, then sunny intervals and sun in all its glory until the close of play.
The birds are busy. The Avian nation is starting to stock their fridges and freezers so that they are ready for an unusual winter – golden seeds are their favourite. I think they have heard humans talking about global warming and climate change on the news channels. I am sure they are expecting a big freeze So if you have any seeds or breadcrumbs in your garden, be ready for a swoop from the skies.
Weather report broadly based on IFTTT, Met Office, and WUnderground forecasts.