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With a very strong jet and MTs forecast speculating high energy event around the Christmas period. I would not be surprised if we did get something historic after all the criticism of Met Eireanns warning mechanism
Are they your cats ; )
The majority of these posts could be in the current weather thread, or split this thread to technical and chat
Is MT Cranium due to give an update to his winter forecast? He might be confident enough in it that he doesn't need to update it either I suppose
Just want to give a shout out to Kermit for the thread. He puts a fair bit of excitement into this boards and never too far off the mark ; )
Is the precipitation band expected to clear from a northern west to south east direction?
Fingers crossed captain snow. Although we may have have heard this once or twice before ; )
With all the weather fronts rolling in lately the wind has been pretty tame with jet pushing them further south than usual. I just wonder how much longer this will last for. I can see something more vigorous arrive in the not so distant future maybe
Always liked this thread. I'm predicting I will wake up to a foot of snow christmas morning which will quickly accumulate to a foot and a half as we sit for christmas dinner. (Yes Ireland) The south west not doing quiet as well. They will just have to settle for a foot of snow. Word of warning tho
Where was the -17.2 recorded in March 47?
Is it me or is the front circling in over land further north than expected?
Met eireann forecast not looking near as bad as MTs over the next two days for high rain levels
For now.. MT seems to be on the money with a NW to SE flow
First Sunspot in a while. SOLAR CYCLE 25 IS SLOWLY COMING TO LIFE: There's a sunspot (AR2750) on the sun today. That doesn't happen often during a deep Solar Minimum like the one we're experiencing now. AR2750 is a sign that Solar Minimum won't last forever. Its magnetic polarity marks it as a memb
Hi, is this theory getting any recognition? https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-019-45584-3