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11-11-2019, 16:54   #31
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Meant to be driving from South Kilkenny to Dublin on Wednesday late afternoon /evening looks like I will be taking the M11 instead of the M9 just to be safe
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15z GFS for Wednesday. Laois/Kilkenny look like they'll be getting a pasting!

This is looking more like a high ground and midlands event. I'd say anywhere within 40 miles of the Irish sea and under 200 meters will mostly see rain. Looks interesting alright for Kilkenny, Laois, Offally.
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11-11-2019, 17:59   #33
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Very akin to what happened in December 2017

If there is any chance of lower level snow well I think danno in Durrow will be the sweet spot.

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looks good for some wet snow on the mountain tops alright, might see some white tops on higher hills in the midlands. Always nice to look at
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11-11-2019, 18:10   #35
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Kinda nit picking even at this stage but Icon more north midlands area to lower levels and high ground further south.



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Very akin to what happened in December 2017

If there is any chance of lower level snow well I think danno in Durrow will be the sweet spot.
If it's like Dec 17,then the beer garden at scraggs Alley in carlow is the spot
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ECM very consistent in showing snow . Has shifted about a bit where it will fall but has shown it on every run for a few days now. Will it accumulate as showing on the chart , dont know but I suspect some could, thinking some places could get a few cm's , although it would be wet underneath and probably not cold enough to last on lower levels into daylight hours, but could accumulate on higher ground for a time . Looks like heavy wet snow if it does fall. I would imagine places over short distances will be reporting sleet and a few km's away snow and possibly following again with sleet or even following with rain. Noticed that as the band goes through temperatures rise again so plenty of melt happening more or less straight away. All down to the wire with this as regards location and how much will fall and accumulate... as ever!

















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All in all a Gaoth Laidir Nightmare type of Snow
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Very akin to what happened in December 2017

If there is any chance of lower level snow well I think danno in Durrow will be the sweet spot.
Lovely.
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Lovely.
I wonder will those good old ice pellets make a show
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All in all a Gaoth Laidir Nightmare type of Snow
Well if it does snow it certainly wont be the white fluffy sort.
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Of course to the naked eye snow that is just about to melt looks far more dramatic than the fluffy snow that might come from the East...
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Went for a run yesterday up to the summit of Djouce mountain. Almost blizzard like conditions when I hit about 600m. When I got to the summit I was met be a snowman. Fantastic!!
Same, well I walked, not ran. Lovely and clear, then a cloud moved in and dumped more snow and moved off again. Two kids about 10 and 12 working on a snowman.
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Same, well I walked, not ran. Lovely and clear, then a cloud moved in and dumped more snow and moved off again. Two kids about 10 and 12 working on a snowman.
STUNNING Photograph!
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The 18z gfs is a slight upgrade with upper temperatures a fraction lower. All only 48hrs away now. The South and Southeast most at risk
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