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12-04-2020, 22:59   #31
 
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Watching out for it,haven't seen anything yet
Strong NE gusting wind here in Arklow
Sky is clear atm
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Cell east of Wicklow sparking

Its really beefing up on the way in.
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Lightning flashes lighting up the bedroom here. (Wexford).
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Lightning here near Arklow too
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Holy Fook

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Trough approaching the S /SE tomorrow evening might have a slight chance of producing some weak thunderstorms, maybe off or along the coast. Relatively warm moist air over relatively cold sea with cold uppers.




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Yeah it's looking more unstable at the moment in to the weekend but I feel the early days of next week have an even better chance of some storms, imports.
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Plumey looking skies this morning

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The timing of the arrival of the rain bands this afternoon during the warmest part of the day here in the SW along with some coastal convergence and topographical lift might aid convection with the possibility of sporadic lightning from mid /late afternoon, some of the showers could be heavy.

16.1C atm here near Tralee with higher humidity today giving a Dp of 12C









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Cracking evening in NW France.

http://en.blitzortung.org/historical_maps.php?map=12
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Had some heavy rain but no sparks here in Kerry as yet anyway. Got up to 18.4C and big drop in temperature to 12.5C

All the action in NW France again with chances of some storms crossing the channel this evening / night.



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The cells exploding in NW France.

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A slightly higher risk is likely to exist over SW Ireland on Friday afternoon / early evening, where better low-level moisture pooling and greater proximity to an upper vortex just offshore, and associated steeper lapse rates, may result in some slightly deeper convection. Here a risk of local flash flooding will be present, given slow storm motion and prolonged heavy downpours. The risk of lightning is still considered very low (<10%).

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Looks like the possibility of some heavy showers tomorrow in the SW with the build up of warmth in the afternoon, looks like a subtle area of convergence around N Kerry, Clare, Limerick showing up on the ECM giving some aid to convection, an outside chance of a rumble or two, will see.








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Not much rain showing up so far, gone very dull here near Tralee, heavy cloud overhead and hazy below it, got up to 17.3C but temp has dropped down now to 12.8C. Satellite showing convection with growing cloud heights but rain staying up there for the most part for now.

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Not much rain showing up so far, gone very dull here near Tralee, heavy cloud overhead and hazy below it, got up to 17.3C but temp has dropped down now to 12.8C. Satellite showing convection with growing cloud heights but rain staying up there for the most part for now.

The air felt damp this evening. If I can have rain on Monday it will do.
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