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07-01-2020, 23:28   #76
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ARPEGE not finished with that Low for late Weds night /early Thursday morning !



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07-01-2020, 23:39   #77
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EURO4 has backed off with the strongest winds now more off shore early Thurs and not as strong as the last run.

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Charts in broad agreement with windy wet weather Fri evening into Saturday. Looks very wet in the W, NW and over high ground in the SW.

Possible yellow warnings along some Atlantic counties and possible rainfall warning in the W













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Monday coming into the more reliable time frame. Been very consistent showing strong winds from the fronts associated with the storm positioned between Ireland and Iceland. This is the GFS 12Z take on it, quite similar for a number of runs. Would bring very strong winds across Ireland , maybe close to storm force on coasts.

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ECM 12Z take on it, bit lower than earlier runs. Long way to go to get final take on probable timing and wind speeds.










ICON brings in the front later


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models have backed off a bit on the severity of the storm, small secondary low forms behind and sweeps up the Irish Sea. looking forward to the cold westerlies that push in after the storm has past.
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models have backed off a bit on the severity of the storm, small secondary low forms behind and sweeps up the Irish Sea. looking forward to the cold westerlies that push in after the storm has past.
Yes continues to show less strong winds on Monday, strongest winds with gales on the coasts.









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09-01-2020, 20:21   #83
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Tuesday looks to have potentialy more wind as a fast moving deepening depression is showing at present to move quickly up over the country by both GFS and ECM . ICON and GEM showing something similar also.

Jet having a hand in this one.


















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Good cross model agreement in rainfall amounts Fri into Sat.







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10-01-2020, 16:10   #85
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As alluded to by Met Eireann in their weather advisory issued in the last while for next week, an intensification of a core of very strong winds on the GFS 12 Z off the west coast on Monday which has been popping up regularly on runs for the past number of days - Monday another day to watch...


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Lots of unsettled weather over the coming days , big uncertainty in track and timing of fast moving systems close to our shores.














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Tuesday has the makings of a wet cold day for many and high chance of wintry precipitation in the mix. Watching for winds in the SE and W later.









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ECM has upped its prediction for sleet /snow Tues day time as a low pressure crosses the country moving into by then cold air mass. Windy on the S and SE coasts, very cold day.















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Thursday into Friday could be a lot of rain for South West..

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Strong Winds clipping the SE tomorrow and later in the W / NW into Weds.


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