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23-01-2020, 20:08   #106
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Sunday evening /night the ECM picking out a trough I reckon which currently looks to cross the country producing some sort of wintry mix, possibly rain and areas getting sleet/ snow mix and snow on higher ground, Looks like the W, NW and N getting the most of it. Showers overnight into Monday look wintry and very cold and windy on the coasts. Any signs of a wind event have disappeared from all the models, getting windier towards Monday evening into Tuesday.






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23-01-2020, 23:01   #107
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Oh windy....that may scupper chance of snowy Tuesday in Sligo town. We need relative calm with this cold
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taken from https://www.snow-forecast.com/maps/s...t3to6days/snow…..

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26-01-2020, 11:37   #109
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Cheeky little Low Tuesday morning close to the the NW. One to watch. Even at this close time frame ARPEGE and ICON showing it much further off the NW coast and GFS hasent developed it much either.









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Big adjustment by the ECM taking that small low well off the coast early Tuesday




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26-01-2020, 19:17   #111
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UKMO showing that occlusion having crossed the country by midnight tomorrow night




That's our chance in the east.
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next weeks potential northerly toppler and the SSW event mid February now looks off the table, we just can't catch a break this winter. We have a mild warming taking place but it isn't nearly enough to affect anything. The next 5 to 7 days now look like staying mild or very mild.
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29-01-2020, 16:29   #113
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next weeks potential northerly toppler and the SSW event mid February now looks off the table, we just can't catch a break this winter. We have a mild warming taking place but it isn't nearly enough to affect anything. The next 5 to 7 days now look like staying mild or very mild.
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What are they going to bring rain ??????????
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31-01-2020, 00:03   #114
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Quite windy later Fri into Saturday. Will feel windy well inland across the country.

Mild day tomorrow. Bit cooler on Saturday.




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31-01-2020, 21:01   #115
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Some bit of wintry precipitation around maybe later Monday into Tuesday in the W and NW, showery rain also , a few thunderstorms as well perhaps in the same area giving hail showers. Windy also so feeling very cold.





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Some bit of wintry precipitation around maybe later Monday into Tuesday in the W and NW, showery rain also , a few thunderstorms as well perhaps in the same area giving hail showers. Windy also so feeling very cold.





Just looking at that. Potential there for some ninja snow
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All the models have increased the winds Monday night into Tuesday coming from a NW'ly direction associated with a LP near Northern Scotland, highest winds on W, NW and perhaps along E coasts for a time on Tuesday. Strong winds across Northern counties. Will this increase further?









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Much cooler tomorrow under a colder airmass, probably about 6 to 8 C in general, feeling very cold in the wind, Blustery showers some wintry on high ground in the W, NW and N, thunderstorm potential along the Northern coasts so hail showers possible. Showers making there way across the country could leave a dusting on the Wicklow Mts.




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Now there is rapid cyclongennisis , Bombogenesis for the storm on Sunday.

ECM GIF charts showing a drop of 57 mb in 24 hrs, double bomb ! for developing storm on Sunday and Saturday now looking like could get very strong winds also from the afternoon from another fast moving deepening depression which is currently shown to cross the country. Early days and changes no doubt but that is what it is showing atm

Sunday

Looking atm like gusting 100 to 120 km/h overland, maybe 130km/h in places. Heavy rain also.
















Saturday : gusting up around 110 km/h overland, might get very strong in the midlands / East later as it deepens crossing the country. One to watch closely. Heavy rain during the passage.








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Other models dont develop as much the fast moving LP for Saturday





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