Weather Station, Dalgety Bay, Fife,Scotland - 56˚ 02' 01'' N   03˚ 21' 40'' W @ 36m ASL
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Tonight

Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
Saturday

Sunny
Sunny
Saturday
night
Mostly Clear
Mostly Clear
Sunday

Sunny
Sunny
Sunday
night
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
Monday

Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
Monday
night
Partly Cloudy
Partly Cloudy
Tuesday

Chance rain
Chance rain
Tuesday
night
Chance rain
Chance rain
<2 mm. <2 mm. 5 mm. <2 mm.
Low: 3° High: 15° Low: 4° High: 15° Low: 5° High: 13° Low: 7° High: 11° Low: 7°
SSE→SW
calm
S→ESE
4→7
mph
ESE
5
mph
ENE
4→8
mph
ENE
8
mph
ENE
11
mph
ENE
10
mph
ENE
9
mph
ENE
6
mph

About Forth Weather

Forth Weather is a non-commercially operated weather station located in Dalgety Bay, Fife, Scotland. Dalgety Bay is a small coastal town that stands on the north shore of the Firth of Forth situated 8 miles (13km) NW of the Scottish capital Edinburgh.

The town was named after the original village of Dalgety, but the ruins of the 12th century St. Bridget's Kirk are all that now mark the site.

The new town of Dalgety Bay takes its name from the main bay it adjoins, but the town itself stretches over many bays and coves that include Donibristle Bay and St David's Bay.

The new town, built on the then disused grounds of the World War II Donibristle Naval Air Station, dates back to 1962. With the completion of the Forth Road Bridge in 1964 it quickly grew as a commuter town for Edinburgh Lothian and Fife.

Dalgety Bay now has reached a maximum capacity of around 3000 houses and an estimated population of 12,000 people.


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