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10-09-2020, 11:06   #2611
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next week has potential for convection with the frontal boundary close and mix of airmasses
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10-09-2020, 22:57   #2612
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next week has potential for convection with the frontal boundary close and mix of airmasses
Hopefully. This bland weather is boring the tits off me..
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10-09-2020, 23:39   #2613
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Models have been showing the possibility of LP forming around midweek to our SW moving to the S and deepening, slow moving parked around biscay which if it did matearlize would drag up warm moist sub tropical air and warm air from Europe. This kind of set up could produce convection with troughs and fronts being fed in over the country with instability more than likely available and capable of producing heavy rain. With the nights getting darker earlier there would be better chance of seeing the full show if we get thunderstorms.
A bit more interesting for sure.

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11-09-2020, 20:24   #2614
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The chance of thunderstorms is receding for next week as the LP set to form to our SW drifts further S as an area of HP takes control near us. All quiet sedate for now it would seem.



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14-09-2020, 23:15   #2615
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Showers and sparks drifting north towards the Waterford coast
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15-09-2020, 18:25   #2616
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Lots of convection in Clare/Kerry today, currently absolutely lashing in West Clare, extremely large raindrops.
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15-09-2020, 21:39   #2617
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Lots of convection in Clare/Kerry today, currently absolutely lashing in West Clare, extremely large raindrops.
Lovely in East Clare now..So calm.Had a lovely day 21 degrees...
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Lightning flash to the west of Galway
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16-09-2020, 15:09   #2619
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Few midlands showers developing, thunder later?
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16-09-2020, 18:20   #2620
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Oranmore co galway 16/09/20 17.25 temp 21°C
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23-09-2020, 14:34   #2621
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Met Eireann is forecasting thundery downpours for Cork, Kerry and Clare this evening - but Meteorite58 is nowhere to be seen!

Guide us please, O wise one!

EDIT:

lightning approaching the SW is showing here: http://brunnur.vedur.is/athuganir/el.../i_dag_na.html


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23-09-2020, 18:26   #2622
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No Meteorite

No Radar either

Non event until realtime then
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No Meteorite

No Radar either

Non event until realtime then
Sorry folks. I buried him in my field. I was sick of all the bad news reports
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23-09-2020, 20:36   #2624
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Heavy hail storm with winds just come though the mountains at my location, sort of thing I would be normally watching the radar for...

600 ft ASL - Macgillycuddy's Reeks 6km NE of Sneem
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Heavy hail storm with winds just come though the mountains at my location, sort of thing I would be normally watching the radar for...

600 ft ASL - Macgillycuddy's Reeks 6km NE of Sneem
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