A light shower hour or two the Met Office said. So I aim for the no shower period. The heavens opened and there were about forty cloud bursts in as many minutes. My friend a few miles inland had warned they were having thunder and lightning.
So I sat in the car a while until it eased off. The few people in the car park must have thought me mad.
Coat on, chariot out of car, and off I went. It was still raining, but yes a light shower.
There was no wind at all, it was warm. Which, as I made many stops to lean over wet railings to get back control of my breathing, was not a good thing for a COPD sufferer.
But I got as far as the Kessock Burn which enters the sea at the end of the railings you can see. And back again.
The Gull Gang, in various poses.
I was the only human.
Hope the Met Office has it right for tomorrow as the DP has to remove everything from the shedudio. Cover it with a tarpaulin, in case the Met Office do get it wrong, as Thursday the vinyl IS being fitted. Hooray!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!