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12-08-2019, 20:22   #196
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The LP next weekend now tracking further off the NW the last two runs.

Wet and windy at times and looks set to turn cool when the winds go NW'ly but a long way off yet.



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15-08-2019, 23:28   #197
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Getting windy for a time overnight along Atlantic coasts, gales at sea, and breezy / windy transferring inland as the fronts cross the country.

Highest rainfall over mountainous areas in the SW and W







Getting quite windy along the W / NW early Sat morning and continuing for much of the day. Models have been showing the LP center in various distances from the NW with varying wind strengths the last couple of runs. Blustery across the country. Will see how this progresses.




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Pressure getting quite low early Sat , down to 975 hPa

Slow to pull away.




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20-08-2019, 00:22   #199
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Windy and wet for a time on Wednesday and relatively cool for many.








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after a few cool and unsettled days across the country, temperatures will be on the rise and most places drying out by Friday, as temperatures lift to around 21 or 22C. Warm away from the west and north-west coastal areas.This is current GFS temperature predictions, but today it is certainly looking promising.



Saturday, maybe not quite as warm, but temperatures still a respectfull 20C or so.



Sunday see's the heat building slightly with temperatures up to 24C possible, -especially across the south-east:



Monday could be warmer still:


Tuesday looks to be very warm, possibly hot in one or two locations with temperatures reaching 24 to 26C across the country.



The heat continues into Wednesday with similar temperatures, but a moderation in temperatures across the north-west with low pressure arriving.



Thursday is back to mid to high teens with average temperatures and low pressure setting up.
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25-08-2019, 11:57   #201
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ECM has been creeping up with the rainfall totals for Tues as a slow moving trailing front makes progress over the country with what looks like a wave forming on it bringing more rain into Weds across the country. Totals not huge atm apart from along Atlantic coasts especially Connacht .










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After the weather overnight clears there is the introduction of a cooler fresher air mass down from Greenland as we lead into Autumn. Briefly milder later Monday into Tues with the passage of fronts and then cooler again on Weds.

https://twitter.com/metoffice/status...123917317?s=20








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Closing this thread . Have opened a new thread for Autumn 2019.
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