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06-07-2014, 01:20   #16
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Possibly covered under the other NOAA links, but this one shows all active named and soon to be named floaters/tropical storms in Pacific, Atlantic and Indian Oceans

http://www.ssd.noaa.gov/PS/TROP/floaters.html
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21-09-2014, 10:41   #17
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Just came across this on meteociel, the 2km NMM model that focuses on Ireland and the UK with pretty much every parameter available to view. Should come in handy through the winter for snow and storms

http://www.meteociel.fr/modeles/wrfn...mode=0&map=334
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21-09-2014, 10:46   #18
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Thank you very much for providing these links. Very useful indeed. Thanks again.
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27-03-2015, 01:18   #19
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Just to let anyone who follows my site at http:weathergossip.com that Ive started a fun new idea where Ive predicted the weather for each day for Ireland for the rest of the year. As it is a long range website and this new forecast method is only in its infancy there are flaws but I thought it would be a good help to people who come here on holidays or want to see the forecast for a particular day.

Ive made a spreadsheet that I will change regularly as I get long range forecasts from all the sites I search but at the moment its basic easy to read forecasts for the 280 days left in the year and is mainly a guide but the near days are forecasts of more accuracy.

I am always being asked do you know what the weather will be like in April or May for example so for those people theres your answer.

Also Im not a skilled web designer as such so excuse any flaws on my site.

However now ive more time to update it the user experience will improve too.

Each day will be deleted when its over

There is no site in Ireland that does such a stupid long range prediction so I thought Id be that person. http://weathergossip.com
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27-03-2015, 01:19   #20
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Oh also you can email me your own forecasts for the seasons at weathergossip1@gmail.com or any other suggestions good or bad.
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Long time lurker here in the weather forum esp. for MTs forcast anyway came across this tweeter feed today and thought it would be of interest here.

https://twitter.com/IrishLights/list...ts-smart-buoys
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24-10-2015, 09:39   #22
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windyty.com

pulls together nice graphics and GFS data.
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15-12-2015, 22:10   #23
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I see a lot of questions around this time of year and during mid-summer, asking about common geographical high pressure systems and why people are getting optimistic / pessimistic about them.

Just came across the following, which lists the most common ones and explains how they work:

http://www.irelandsweather.com/forum...p?topic=2475.0

As you can see, they explain the Azores High, the Greenland Block, the Scandi High, Bartlett Block and a bunch of others.

Could be very useful to anyone new who's arriving into any of the model threads and wondering why we sometimes seem to be discussing phenomena on the charts which look, at first glance, like they shouldn't bear any relevance to Ireland.
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17-06-2016, 15:38   #24
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Just came across a site with all European weather radar data on one map, pretty nice.

http://www.radareu.cz/?&lng=uk
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Wetterzentrale just had a face lift and lots of toys to sink your teeth into..

http://www.wetterzentrale.de/multimo...=OP&nir=3&tr=6
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https://weatheraction.wordpress.com/...weather-links/
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I have been using this site recently and for reanalysis, it is freaking awesome. Currently reanalysis is available from January 1851 to December 2014, I'm sure it will be updated as time goes by. You get to choose reanalysis of any period like January to June, July to December, March to May etc, ANY period you want. It's very useful.

https://www.esrl.noaa.gov/psd/cgi-bi...lot20thc.v2.pl

This has been posted before in threads but not in this one.

Snowfall in Ireland:

http://www.met.ie/climate-ireland/SnowfallAnal.pdf

Plus, I would also like to list these awesome Boards.ie weather articles / threads here that you should really look at if you haven't!

50 Year Anniversary of 1962/1963 Winter in Ireland - A Day by Day Summary:

http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showt...php?p=82279809

December 2015: Wettest Month on Record:

http://www.boards.ie/vbulletin/showt...p?t=2057542326
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Saw a link to this on the wxforum - https://weatherextension.com/ , it's a free chrome extension and is actually pretty good in my opinion, the author is giving free pro version upgrades if you like on facebook or twitter but the non pro version is very nice and ad free if you are not interested, well worth a look.
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Windfinder, have introduced new annimated, interactive & zoomable weather maps on their website and apps, which allow you to view wind direction, wind speed, air temperature, etc.
They also will have new map layers for precipitation and waves, etc on the way shortly.
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Is there anywhere to see full UKMET model runs now that so many sites have either removed the model completely or severely cut back on how much of it they show? I presume this has something to do with the Met Office raising the price for model output, never been too sure, but it seems like it's harder and harder to find it anywhere.
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