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23-04-2019, 18:14   #136
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ARPEGE 12Z .

Tight gradient showing up on this run. Bit of a ways to go yet. ECM will be interesting this evening.




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23-04-2019, 18:22   #137
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ICOB 12Z very similar to the ARPEGE.

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ECM 12Z taking a similar track on Fri /Sat to the other models if somewhat more to the S.













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Status Yellow - Weather Advisory for Cork and Kerry

Potential for stormy conditions for the southwest later on Friday and early Saturday.

Valid: Friday 26 April 2019 18:00 to Saturday 27 April 2019 06:00

Issued: Wednesday 24 April 2019 12:00

Updated: Wednesday 24 April 2019 12:00
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From met eireann

After an unseasonably warm and settled Easter Weekend, our weather is looking very disturbed and unsettled as we head through the rest of this week, with potentially stormy conditions for the southwest of the country later on Friday, 26th April. With many trees now in leaf, this system has the potential to result in trees down leading to power outages and dangerous driving conditions, so stay up to date with the forecast over the coming days.

Met Éireann forecasters are monitoring a developing low pressure system currently tracking towards Newfoundland just off the northeastern Canadian coast, which is expected to engage with the Jet Stream and travel eastwards across the Atlantic over the next couple of days. Conditions look ripe for rapid deepening of the low to take place as it comes across the North Atlantic, and a storm system is likely to form at sea by Friday morning.

Present indications suggest the storm system will be starting to fill as it comes towards Ireland’s west and southwest coasts on Friday evening, however, the track of the system is still a little uncertain. We’ll obviously be firming up on the details over the coming 24 hours, but, for now, a wind advisory has been issued for counties Cork and Kerry.
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Time to Start a dedicated thread eh Oscar Bravo .
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Ridge up over the country tomorrow.The warmer day will be very welcome. Cloudy day as a weak warm front passes over , light precipitation , set to improve from the S, SW, W in the afternoon.







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Awful pity it is May and not January! Look at that NAO!!



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05-05-2019, 21:27   #144
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The deep LP staying well South of us Tues and Weds filling as it moves towards the UK . Sending in bands of rain, heaviest in the S but not too heavy in general it would seem, maybe up to 25mm in 24 hrs in parts of the S, but will need to check this nearer the time . No strong winds of note. Breezy along coasts for a time.







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06-05-2019, 15:06   #145
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ECM 0Z showing it wetter than the last run for Tues night into Weds with parts of the S and SE getting 20 to 25 mm, 10 to 15mm for large areas of the Southern half of the country as the LP tracks to the S of the country sending in bands of rain and looks like a short wave depression developing with new areas of LP forming near the SE. Complex weather pattern.















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As others have been saying ,temperatures not as high as had been originally shown on the models for the period of improved weather from Sunday. Some showers Saturday but dry for most and looks largely dry from Sunday to Tues atm. Best temps in the Western half of the country. Looks like a steady SE'ly flow from later Sunday which could be a bit breezy up along Atlantic coasts. Often pick up a couple of degrees with a Fohn effect from a SE'ly. Good weather perhaps for a few Lenticulars !

















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Pressure beginning to build , currently 1011.6 hPa in Kerry and Rising Rapidly

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Quite warm in Munster tomorrow. ARPEGE showing the best temperatures by about a couple of degrees more than the ECM. Will all depend on if there are breaks in the cloud for any decent amount of time. In all looks quite cloudy tomorrow.



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Bit of spread still on the wind strength for Sunday into Monday, ECM and ARPEGE showing the strongest . Strong enough for the time of year along the coasts.



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ARPEGE and ICON's latest output showing winds on Sunday looking more like a Yellow weather alert for Atlantic coastal counties, winds on coasts possibly gusting up around 90 Km/h, mean speeds 60Km/h + for a time. Still some uncertainty with this, models not all in agreement but in general have been showing this stronger over the last couple of runs.










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