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29-12-2019, 16:42   #106
 
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What does it mean for the uninitiated ?
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29-12-2019, 16:45   #107
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That chart most likely means low cloud and drizzle for those of us in the wesht
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That chart most likely means low cloud and drizzle for those of us in the wesht
Cloudy, gloomy weather I can tolerate if it is dry, but not when there those constant spits of greasy rain that barely registers anything in the gauge, yet keeps the place absolutely saturated.
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Possibly wet and windy next Monday, more so for the W, NW . Tues and Weds could be windy in W, NW also. Looks like a possible roller-coaster of very mild weather to cold weather and back to mild etc etc.

Mixed weather it would seem. Most of the rainfall keeping to Atlantic coastal counties and in the Western half of the country from Atlantic derived weather.










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GFS has the Jet firing near the end of the run taking a more Southerly route, showing it becoming cooler from the NW. Maybe getting more active? Will see.

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ECM has a rip-roaring Jet aimed near and at us next week sending in fast moving disturbances. More so in the Northern half of the country . Looking like a much livelier week.













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A storm seems to be rolling up the 9th or 10th January. At least I will not need to blow out my birthday candles this year.
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Still nothing but westerlies as far as the eye can see, some small signs of a pattern change right at the end of the GFS but with a deep Icelandic low ever present its likely fleeting. At that stage we're already half way through the winter with nothing more than a few light frosts to talk about

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ECM / GFS showing potential for strong winds / storm conditions around Tues 14th.

All the models showing a very active mobile Atlantic regime with LP systems and depressions sliding by us, all it takes is for one to be deepening just at the right time and the models showing that potential around the 14th. Worth keeping an eye on it.

UKMO just goes up to next Sat but can see how unsettled it is out in the Atlantic.







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Yes windy.com showing gusts of 125kph inland cork kerry region on the 14th
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Anybody know what sorts of gusts we can expect inland Cork Kerry region on the 14th?
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Anybody know what sorts of gusts we can expect inland Cork Kerry region on the 14th?
Its 9 days away. No one knows until at least next weekend
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