Our new, near 360° SkyCam, housed at the Unversity of St Andrews, went live today. This unique camera provides full-dome images of the sky over St Andrews, both day and night.

skycam thumbThis marks the end of an extensive project to construct the camera and develop the software behind it.

As the camera is sensitive in the Near Infrared (NIR) spectrum, it is possible to ascertain cloud cover, even at night.

Shortly after dusk, the camera will automatically switch to "night mode", where high gain is applied to the image sensor, to increase the definition of night time cloud cover. Shortly before dusk, the camera will return to "day mode".

The images may be slightly under / over exposed, during the transition period between modes.

You can view the output from the camera on our live WeatherCam page, along with today's image history.

We hope you enjoy this new addition to FifeWeather.co.uk.

 

WeatherCam Previews

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Lochgelly:
Lochgelly WeatherCam Preview

Aberdour:
Aberdour WeatherCam Preview

Anstruther:
Anstruther WeatherCam Preview

St Andrews:
St Andrews WeatherCam Preview

Upper Largo:
Upper Largo WeatherCam Preview

St Andrews SkyCam:
St Andrews SkyCam Preview

Fife Weather Warnings

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Status Of Fife Bridges

Queensferry Crossing:
--- Open ---
Motorway

Open to general traffic, subject to normal motorway restrictions

Forth Road Bridge:
--- Restricted ---
EAST FOOTPATH/CYCLETRACK CLOSED

East footpath/cycletrack has been closed to cyclists and pedestrians to allow for planned maintenance works. The West footpath/cycletrack has been opened and should be used by cyclists and pedestrians.

Tay Road Bridge:
Bridge
Open