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The scheduled upgrade of our web server is now complete and the web site is fully operational once more. Apologies for any inconvenience caused by the downtime.
Current Conditions Dashboard
The below dashboard provides real-time data from the FifeWeather station. Under normal circumstances, the dashboard will update approximately once every 15 seconds.
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Welcome to the home of weather information for the Kingdom of Fife.
This site provides live weather data and forecasts from the town of Lochgelly in the Kingdom of Fife, Scotland. The live data is sourced from a citizen-operated weather station and most pages are updated every minute. A selection of observations, charts and graphs are available via the left-hand menu.
You can also get a "thin" version of FifeWeather.co.uk, more suited to mobile phones, at mobile.fifeweather.co.uk.
Keep up to date with the latest changes to the site by visiting the Site News page. Any additions or improvements made to the site will be documented there.
The menu system on the left hand side provides access to the site's rich library of information, and some menu options will spawn further sub-menus with additional options.
The weather station that provides data for this site commenced gathering data on 17th of February 2006 and is part of the Citizen Weather Observer Program (CWOP), station ID CW5439. You can also find this station on weatherunderground.com as station ID I90580588, on the MetOffice Weather Observation Website, on the Scottish Weather Network and in the Climatological Observers Link bulletins, among others.
No claims or guarantees are made regarding the accuracy of the data contained on this website. As such, the data on this site should not be used for any safety related activity, or for planning events to coincide with particular weather conditions. Full site terms can be found here.
|No Active Alerts||Current observations from the weather station have not triggered any alerts or warnings.
However if MetOffice weather warnings have been issued, these should always be observed!