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24-04-2019, 23:42   #16
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Yes tracking further N on 18Z run, probably more N now than ECM , showing wind speeds a bit lower than ECM but still gusting around 120 km/h on Kerry coast , 110 coastal area, 100 inland Kerry , gust around 100 along W and S coasts wide area in Southern half of country gusting around 80 km/ h.

I think all the models upgraded the wind speeds today.
It might be a day to head to Banna for some photographs
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24-04-2019, 23:43   #17
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I think the storm season goes from September to September and are named accordingly fir the 12 months
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25-04-2019, 07:44   #18
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Looks as strong as ever this morning for the far South. Icon would be borderline red for Cork and Kerry but I guess orange would be the general call for this one.
If they continue naming throughout the year this one will surely be named this morning.
Of course it's a very localised event mainly hitting the south coast
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25-04-2019, 07:56   #19
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If they continue naming throughout the year this one will surely be named this morning.
Named Hannah....
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25-04-2019, 08:01   #20
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ECM Severe Weather Index for gusts is as high as it gets in the southwest Friday night. This means these gusts will be highly unusual for this time of year, but doesn't mean we wouldn't get them in say mid-winter.

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25-04-2019, 08:04   #21
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Can I just thank the posters here who flagged this storm days ago, you know who you are so well done, I cancelled a trip based on info posted now I am very grateful I did well done
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25-04-2019, 08:25   #22
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They are certainly election poster busting winds for the SW alright.
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25-04-2019, 08:29   #23
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They are certainly election poster busting winds for the SW alright.
Every cloud has a silver lining. Seriously though Hannah seems like she will be a real bitch for us here in the south. Hopefully there will be no serious damage done.
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25-04-2019, 08:47   #24
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Nasty overnight charts for the Southwest, Hannah could pack a nice punch but nothing they haven't seen before those parts.

https://twitter.com/CarlowWeather/st...98866618474496
https://twitter.com/CarlowWeather/st...18240557391872
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Take your drunk ass home Hannah, we are waiting for your much hotter cousin Summer to arrive
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Stellar job to those who picked up on this earlier this week!
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Stellar job to those who picked up on this earlier this week!
Seriously? There is only a yellow advisory on RTE weather. It looks like the tips of west Cork and kerry might get a few puffs.
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25-04-2019, 09:26   #28
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Seriously? There is only a yellow advisory on RTE weather. It looks like the tips of west Cork and kerry might get a few puffs.
It's a named storm meaning it will become an Orange warning later on today.
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Seriously? There is only a yellow advisory on RTE weather. It looks like the tips of west Cork and kerry might get a few puffs.
How many times does it have to be said, ALL advisories are yellow, all of them! Even those that end up with Red Warnings.
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Seriously? There is only a yellow advisory on RTE weather. It looks like the tips of west Cork and kerry might get a few puffs.
That will be updated today going on current model predictions to an orange warning.
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