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So you are telling me there is a chance,ðŸ˜
Percentage wise likely hood of happening? It's not all that far off
Is the track of the storm pretty much nailed at this time frame?
Coinciding with night time hours will be helpful. Although until I see it it on the ground I won't get my hopes up : ) March of many weather's indeed
Met eirean were quiet bullish for snow overnight on radio 1at 07.55. high ground, Midlands and Ulster most at risk from first band early night then late night/ early morning, Connacht again Ulster and north Midlands obviously high ground in those areas most at risk from disruption. That's just what
Thanks for reply. It will be interesting. Is there a threshold where it is considered a grand solar minimum from a typical solar minimum. Ie. What during of time required with no sunspots or how or who classifies it?
I take it then Blizzard your interest in the sunspot numbers is because you believe it will effect our future weather? Percentage wise how big an influence do you believe this to be if we are indeed heading into a deep solar minumum, and what years do you believe it will be most felt?
Bazlers. 7.3__18.8__-5__115__90__15 mullingar
Yep it's there in the first post. We can let it roll it was only for a bit of entertainment. I blame the jackdaws for the mild winter. No reason but it was either ye or the Holly berries that's for sure ; )
In fairness the competition was for December, January, February. I think these results should be the out come. In fairness we can't predict if the winter as a whole will be mild or cold! Guessing the lowest temp, in a named place and date would be a fair achievement :-)
I know in March 1979 there was a fall of snow close to a foot in the East Offaly, Laois , Kildare area. Maybe more places were affected not sure
Still time lads and lassies for a big event. 24/25th Feb. 1947 was one of the greatest snowfalls to ever hit the country (not to mention last year). A few shifts here and there in the models and a good helping of luck and you never know...all of the disappointment would soon be forgotten