Site News

Following are the changes and updates made to the site, in reverse chronological order. Keep and eye on this page to get the latest information on new features and additions to the site.

The component of the website which lists and tweets the Met Office's weather warnings, has been completely re-written, to improve notifications.

A very unpleasant, intermittent 10-second delay in loading the site's home page has now been resolved.

Due to some changes made to the site a short while ago, our WeatherCam page was no longer auto-refreshing the WeatherCam image, as it should have been, every 15 seconds.

We're pleased to report that last night, the infrastructure that runs FifeWeather.co.uk was successfully moved across to new hardware.

Updated 27/10 @19:35: Our provider has now identified the issue on our server and we are working towards a fix. This may involve some downtime late Tuesday evening/early Wednesday morning.


We are currently investigating an issue with poor website performance since early Saturday morning.

We're pleased to report that our UV Index sensor fault has now been resolved.

Thanks to Fife photographer Simon Swales, we've added a new "Fife Photo Of The Week" section to the site, where we will be featuring a stunning photo of Fife landscape, new each week.

The weather station's UV sensor is currently offline due to a hardware fault.

FifeWeather.co.uk and the WeatherEvents.net mobile weather lab were featured in Episode 11 of the 2013 series of BBC Landward.

We've migrated our time-lapse video player on the WeatherCam page, to YouTube's new HTML5 player. This should hopefully provide better compatibility for those viewing the site from mobile devices/tablet computers, as the previous player was flash-based.

 

WeatherCam Previews

Click previews for full size

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

There are currently no Met Office weather warnings issued for Fife.

Status Of Fife Bridges

Queensferry Crossing:
--- Open ---
Motorway

Open to general traffic, subject to normal motorway restrictions

Forth Road Bridge:
--- Open ---
Public Transport Corridor

Open to buses, taxis, and motorcycles up to 125cc. East footpath open to cyclists and pedestrians.

Tay Road Bridge:
Bridge
Open