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25-06-2020, 05:00   #31
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Stunning sunrise

Met Eireann have really toned down the forecast for today and tonight. Honestly sounds like a downgrade.

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25-06-2020, 05:10   #32
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Things not looking as good as yesterday. Ah well, twas ever thus.
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25-06-2020, 05:21   #34
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This better happen I'm all set. On night shift tonight covering good area and mileage so fingers crossed cameras and dashcams at the ready.. Off to bed now.
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On a serious note nothing has changed, no need to panic, ignore these Kildare people.

They always complaining.

It will be an interesting evening
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25-06-2020, 05:26   #36
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On a serious note nothing has changed, no need to panic, ignore these Kildare people.

They always complaining.

It will be an interesting evening
Lol always bickering. Think it’s being so close to Dublin that causes it

See what the morning models bring.
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25-06-2020, 06:03   #37
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Sorry lads, I am on team downgrade too. I do not believe there will be exceptionally widespread storms today. Localised but not much different to last week.

Let's see
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25-06-2020, 06:28   #38
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There is bit of deviation in the high res models but the closer to the east and also further north you are the better the chances. There is also a good prospect for those in the north midlands and up to the northwest of the country.

Ultimately it's a nowcast today and we will have to watch how it develops.

It will be interesting, that's for sure.
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Well, I've bought my ticket for the show like everyone else. But ME forecast has gone from 'will develop' yesterday to 'a risk of' this morning. That's a downgrade in their language. Also Ulster now mentioned as greatest risk. So, less widespread, & less risk. Now, having said that I'm still open to be convinced again. Have at it.
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Well, I've bought my ticket for the show like everyone else. But ME forecast has gone from 'will develop' yesterday to 'a risk of' this morning. That's a downgrade in their language. Also Ulster now mentioned as greatest risk. So, less widespread, & less risk. Now, having said that I'm still open to be convinced again. Have at it.
Where are you in the country broadly?
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A thunderstorm has developed on the north Antrim coast and is ongoing. It shows instability is rising and we should see storms develop with reasonable ease by this evening in this air mass away from west and southwest coasts.

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Where are you in the country broadly?
Offaly. So right in the sweet spot yesterday evening...
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25-06-2020, 06:46   #43
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Lets see what MT has to say this morning. Then we will know if its good night Irene
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Offaly. So right in the sweet spot yesterday evening...
It's important to note this is a "nowcast" from here, the models mean little now. You still have a good chance of a storm, just keep up to date with satellite/radar on here.

These setups always spring surprises too.
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Simple Minds playing on the radio atm....a sure sign!
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