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20-11-2019, 18:47   #31
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This shows how poor the rainfall coverage from radar is now that Shannon is down.

Absolutely pouring down in Clonmel atm. Rain gauge already shows 20mm and yet the rainfall on ME is showing nothing.
theres no radar in the south its down for weeks -banana republic
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20-11-2019, 18:51   #32
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Screengrab from the WOW-ie page on Met.ie shows quite be variation in accumulation totals accross the country pretty well.

Posted earlier about that sharp cut off on the east coast from the overnight rain
The Arklow wow is about 8 kms north of me at the rugby club 28mm
Clonanny about 15kms south of me 9mm (in common with johnstown I think)
Me in between the two 15mm

Clearly a heavier band started to come inland mid Arklow somewhere up as far as Bray
I heard there was traffic mayhem in Ne wicklow during rush hour this morning
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A good site for flood warnings https://waterlevel.ie/
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20-11-2019, 19:01   #34
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We haven't had much as yet here in Waterford.
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20-11-2019, 20:16   #35
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ECM 12Z 24hrs predicted accumulated rainfall and up to early Fri morning. And showing the ARPEGE's accumulated rainfall predictions up to Sat early.












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20-11-2019, 23:03   #36
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Mahon Falls will be well worth a visit at the weekend.
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Lashing rain in Galway plenty of floods on roads thought we were not to get rain here
You're living in Galway long enough to know better than that. It's easier count the days it didn't rain in Galway than days that it did.
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I don't think I've ever heard a radio forecast like the one by Gerry Murphy at 755 am on radio one this morning for Eastern areas
Rain every day for the next week
Spot flooding every day
No let up at all
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No let up at all
Looking that way.

The East is the new West!
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Counties Carlow and Wicklow added to the yellow warning
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Just a mere 1mm here in Naas since all these warnings started. The rain shadow certainly in effect
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I don't think I've ever heard a radio forecast like the one by Gerry Murphy at 755 am on radio one this morning for Eastern areas
Rain every day for the next week
Spot flooding every day
No let up at all
Yeah long time since I heard so much rain forecast in the one bulletin,suppose with shannon radar down the rain has to fall in the east!!!!
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Just a mere 1mm here in Naas since all these warnings started. The rain shadow certainly in effect
Lucky this low isn't meeting an icy siberian easterly
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Unlucky this low isn't meeting an icy siberian easterly
FYP. That's what you actually mean!
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Harmonie looks awful for Friday night too, that on top of what is coming today and tomorrow isn’t good!

https://twitter.com/meteireann/statu...669731840?s=21
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