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28-11-2011, 21:07   #1
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Heavy rain and strong winds Monday night -Wednesday night

Issued at 28 November 2011 - 14:32 Weather Alert Heavy rain tonight and Tuesday morning in the southwest, west and northwest with rainfall totals 40 to 50mm and higher amounts possible in mountainous areas.

Strong to gale force southerly winds will gust 80 to 100 km/h in exposed coastal areas tonight.

Valid from 21:00 Monday 28th November 2011 until 12:00 Tuesday 29th November 2011

Looks like a wet and windy one.
Very heavy rain here and wind is picking up.

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28-11-2011, 21:14   #2
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noticed in the last 10 minutes, the wind has picked up.
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28-11-2011, 21:22   #3
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Flood warnings issued by met.ie and uk met office for n and nw. Many roads already flooded round Donegal town. My garden is a lake and I have a new waterfall out the back. Monitoring levels closely. No end in site according to radar.

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http://www.donegaldaily.com/2011/11/28/breaking-news-flood-alert-as-donegal-pounded-by-heavy-rain/

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Looking damp in the NW alright:



Hourly fall of 7.3mm at Finner Camp on the 9pm reports:

http://www.met.ie/latest/reports.asp


Edit: Wednesday evening's front may need watching as well.
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28-11-2011, 21:33   #5
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Temp is 14c here, bit windy, no rain.

Yet

Though according to this http://www.raintoday.co.uk/ it should be starting right NOW.

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28-11-2011, 21:36   #6
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Getting a lot winder in Limerick city aswell, typically raining here as always
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28-11-2011, 21:43   #7
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Yes! Yes! Yes!

The ground is damp(ish) !

It's gonna bit a Big One - I can tell

There is nothing I like more than spits and spots of rain and 14c and a bit of a breeze on a night at the very end of November.

You can keep your snow, this utter nothingness is what I live for!

(I need a drink)
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We had close to torrential rain here for about 20 minutes around 8pm, back to a more moderate rate again now but it doesn't look like there's any and in sight yet on the radar so there'll definitely be spot flooding about
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28-11-2011, 21:48   #9
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wind picking up fast in cork.howling down the chimney.
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sure il build the ark and someone else get two of every animal
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Persistant and sometimes heavy rain in Castlebar since around 6pm.(Was pretty damp before that too!)
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28-11-2011, 22:18   #12
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O dear....it seems to have passed over leaving no trace. There is a bit of a large gap till the next wave according to http://www.raintoday.co.uk/.



Gettin' windier though; average speed 10kph, gusting to 30 kph.
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Latest NAE (18z) has the frontal zone wavering over the west & northwest until early morning:

Progression eastwards seems to be somewhat slower than on earlier runs, most likely due to small waves that are pulsing up along the front itself.

Hardly a puff of wind here in Galway so trough must be closing in.

10pm Reports:
Valentia: 5.6mm
Mace Head: 3.9mm
Finner Camp: 3.8mm (bringing 2hr total to 11.1mm)
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I wondered when a thread might appear..looks like heavy rain in Mayo and Galway ..These fronts will no doubt fizzle before they get to the East?
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its being raining very heavy all day here not so much wind
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