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09-03-2019, 22:39   #91
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Between Met Eireann's u turn tonight regarding snowfall and the models downgrading Tuesday's storm potential, it looks like most of us are in for just cool blustery wet weather. A lot of hype from Glasnevin.
When and what did they hype?
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When and what did they hype?
Is Tuesday/ Wednesday now downgraded?
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18z looks similar to the 12z,if not worse,with a larger swathe of disruptive winds. Any slight adjustment southwards and it would be serious wind event.


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When and what did they hype?
Mention of snow across large parts of Leinster and Munster. On the radio this morning. Also, talk that weather warnings likely to be issued about wind. Tuesday looking like nothing more than borderline yellow on Western and northern coasts.
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Mention of snow across large parts of Leinster and Munster. On the radio this morning. Also, talk that weather warnings likely to be issued about wind. Tuesday looking like nothing more than borderline yellow on Western and northern coasts.



if the above wind charts verified it would be far from a borderline yellow wind warning for west/northwest.
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To be fair the wind event has nudged North in recent runs. It's a northern event
Aye!!
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To be fair the wind event has nudged North in recent runs. It's a northern event
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Indeed, I think the previous was ignoring the latest output
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10-03-2019, 18:25   #99
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Wet and blustery tomorrow evening /night into Tuesday morning with the frontal passage .

Heavy showers following in the wake of the frontal passage, Again instability on Tuesday producing hail and thunder. Strong winds developing Tues eve associated with the storm which will track between the North of Scotland and Iceland and then track towards the NE coast of Scotland, big wind field from this , will see what the ECM shows later.










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10-03-2019, 19:21   #100
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Looking very windy in the W, NW and N Tues night/ Weds morning and windy across most of the country.








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Could have squall lines Monday night nto Tues morning as the front passes over.

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13-03-2019, 19:20   #102
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Windy along coasts again in the early hours. Met Eireann not making much of it but could be quite strong early morning during the dark hours and possibly windy overland also for a time. Very wet with most of the rain fallen by midday. Much milder tonight for most. Currently 9.3C here near Tralee and the temp might even go up a bit more overnight.






















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18-03-2019, 16:49   #103
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Weak occluded front crossing the country tomorrow, rainfall amounts small , hopefully some bright spells behind it. Getting mild over the next few days getting up around 16C in places although it seems it could be cooler again the weekend going by the ECM.

Sunshine looks to be hit and miss over the next few days with light rain at times and mist and drizzle more so plaguing the W and NW as weak fronts brush up against the coasts and maybe moving inland a bit. HP never far away keeping most of the weather out but the trade off usually is duller cloudy conditions, hopefully not too much. Anyway be nice to have a bit of mild weather for a change.

Looks like a front crossing the country on Fri with cooler air behind it.












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HP building over the coming days. Slow to warm up with some cool nights coming up. Low amounts of rainfall if any for many apart for some rain in Northern counties at times. Drier as the week goes on and getting warmer towards midweek into the mid teens, Should do well out of this in the SW hopefully. Good weather for kickstarting the spring jobs outside.






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Nearly time to change the title to spring!!!
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