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21-11-2020, 19:50   #46
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Cool day tomorrow, a few showers about, hopefully some sunshine again.





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22-11-2020, 13:01   #47
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Latest Rainfall accumulations up to 17.00 Tuesday.

Strong winds on coasts at times , breezy overland.






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Looks like the weather pattern might be changing into the first week or two of December..with very cold air just north of us..potential for charts to upgrade this alot in the next week..also potential could be completely gone by then also
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The GFS is starting to trend milder again with mostly a westerly or south-westerly zonal theme continuing right up to the 10th of December. Cold appears to be locked up in the pole for the next few weeks, of course this may change but I don't think it will. Any time we've seen cold appear in the charts over the past few weeks it very quickly gets put back in it's place by the Atlantic.
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This particular Gfs run is mild into early December. High pressure over Europe low pressure up around Iceland. Urghh.
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Becoming progressively colder during the week, Met Eireann saying it will be ''bitterly cold'' by Friday.

NATIONAL OUTLOOK
OUTLOOK: A lot of dry and calm weather but turning very cold, with frost, fog and possible icy stretches.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Becoming dry early in the night, though some scattered showers will move into Atlantic counties overnight. Turning cold with frost and possibly a few icy stretches. Some mist and fog developing in parts too. Lowest temperatures 0 to 5 degrees Celsius, in light southwest to west breezes.

WEDNESDAY: Frost and any possible icy stretches will clear early on, to give a mostly dry day with long spells of autumn sunshine - just a few stray showers across the north and west. A cool and crisp day with highest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees Celsius in just light westerly breezes. Very cold and frosty after dark with a widespread frost, along with mist and fog. Lowest temperatures of -3 to +2 degrees Celsius in near calm.

THURSDAY: A mostly dry and calm day, but a cold day with variable cloud cover. Frost and fog may be slow to clear some areas, whilst other areas will be sunny. Highest temperatures of just 4 to 8 degrees Celsius. A few stray light showers about after dark, but overall dry and calm. Another cold and frosty night, with some dense fog in parts. Lowest temperatures of 0 to -3 degrees Celsius.

FRIDAY: Frost and fog may persist in some areas. Once again though, most areas will see a dry calm day with a mix of cloud and sunny spells. Bitterly cold though in places with highest temperatures of just 3 to 8 degrees Celsius, best values for southern fringes.

Current indications suggest temperatures will remain colder than normal this weekend with some further frosts. Some well scattered showers about too, in light east to southeast winds.
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Becoming progressively colder during the week, Met Eireann saying it will be ''bitterly cold'' by Friday.

NATIONAL OUTLOOK
OUTLOOK: A lot of dry and calm weather but turning very cold, with frost, fog and possible icy stretches.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Becoming dry early in the night, though some scattered showers will move into Atlantic counties overnight. Turning cold with frost and possibly a few icy stretches. Some mist and fog developing in parts too. Lowest temperatures 0 to 5 degrees Celsius, in light southwest to west breezes.

WEDNESDAY: Frost and any possible icy stretches will clear early on, to give a mostly dry day with long spells of autumn sunshine - just a few stray showers across the north and west. A cool and crisp day with highest temperatures of 7 to 9 degrees Celsius in just light westerly breezes. Very cold and frosty after dark with a widespread frost, along with mist and fog. Lowest temperatures of -3 to +2 degrees Celsius in near calm.

THURSDAY: A mostly dry and calm day, but a cold day with variable cloud cover. Frost and fog may be slow to clear some areas, whilst other areas will be sunny. Highest temperatures of just 4 to 8 degrees Celsius. A few stray light showers about after dark, but overall dry and calm. Another cold and frosty night, with some dense fog in parts. Lowest temperatures of 0 to -3 degrees Celsius.

FRIDAY: Frost and fog may persist in some areas. Once again though, most areas will see a dry calm day with a mix of cloud and sunny spells. Bitterly cold though in places with highest temperatures of just 3 to 8 degrees Celsius, best values for southern fringes.

Current indications suggest temperatures will remain colder than normal this weekend with some further frosts. Some well scattered showers about too, in light east to southeast winds.
I bet Jean Byrne was on duty this morning and wrote that. She's fond of that word.
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this mornings GFS operational run is definitely on the milder side compared to the rest of the runs, however there is nothing really cold on the horizon. Temperatures will slide a bit from this weekend to fairly standard late November to early December style temperatures and we lose the very mild temperature anomolies that have dominated the past month.



Not looking overly wet either, certainly nowhere as bad as the deluges from last November/early December. There are a few genuine cold outliers here too but the majority of the runs are average in terms of rainfall and temperatures.
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