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21-06-2019, 07:38   #1
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Turning very warm or hot with thunderstorm potential Sun eve 23rd---->

A big change coming - how prolonged or temporary it will be is still open to question but really from Tuesday next week it will be very warm and later hot (and increasingly humid) with easterly winds shifting more continental southeasterly.

With low pressure the driving force to our southwest and steering up this hot air on it's eastern flank there is likely to be some instability around that will spark some storms. I think storms not only home grown but later originating in the Bay of Biscay (an altogether different beast storm wise) could cause problems.

Temperatures from Tuesday generally mid - high twenties inland and possibly 30 + in some places later depending on how things evolve. Always that little bit cooler on coasts and particularly east/southeast coasts through the latter half of next week.





At this point warnings may be issued for high temperature and potential flooding.

Please keep up to date with the forecasts.

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21-06-2019, 07:41   #2
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Yes indeed. The ecm is baking by next Friday all of course coinciding with mid Summer!! 30C is quite possible...
Storms could be epic but where will they hit!?
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21-06-2019, 07:45   #3
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At last, the type of weather we've all been keenly waiting for
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21-06-2019, 07:47   #4
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This is an unusual set-up, and still 5 days out until the real heat hits, I note the 0z GFS isn't great this morning.

I'm going to keep reserved for the time being.
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21-06-2019, 07:52   #5
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Thanks but no thanks. Rotten sticky sweaty humid s#it. Rotten
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21-06-2019, 08:28   #6
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I'll take it, heat is heat. We don't have the luxury of turning it away. 25°c with showers is better than 15°c and showers.
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21-06-2019, 08:32   #7
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This June so far temp wise has been great for a non heat fan like myself . Take this morning for example a nice fresh feel outside. I dread next week's tiring humidity.....
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21-06-2019, 08:35   #8
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Very strange. I don't like it too hot, of course, I don't like it too cold.
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21-06-2019, 09:50   #9
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This may be a couple of days or longer. Impossible to tell yet.
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I am sort of looking forward to this weather. Fed up getting rather wintry weather this June so far.
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Why is it that BBC and RTE have nothing about 21c max for any day next week for Dublin and Galway and Kilkenny? Do you know something they don't?
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Why is it that BBC and RTE have nothing about 21c max for any day next week for Dublin and Galway and Kilkenny? Do you know something they don't?
they want to get their BBQ stuff first before the rush
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21-06-2019, 11:19   #13
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24c is the tops Sligo will go id say

26c or 27c possible MT dillon

Any mini contest of max temp and rainfall from this?
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21-06-2019, 11:40   #14
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Looking at Dublin and surrounding regions it will certainly get warmer but that doesn't mean it will be dry all day. With a very unstable atmosphere we will see the formation of cumulonimbus clouds so thunderstorms possibilities very high.
ECM clearly shows spikes in both temperature and precipitation.
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I don't think we will see much higher than 24 or 25C, especially if there is going to be lots of cloud and rain around, during rain i'd imagine temperatures would struggle to get to 19C, even with those high uppers. This would be a much more exciting prospect if it was blue skies and unbroken sunshine, then we would be looking at temperatures getting close to 30C somewhere.
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