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26-12-2019, 11:42   #46
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In general staying on the milder side over the next 5 days or so.




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26-12-2019, 12:02   #47
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Mild days coming up apart from around next Tuesday, milder again then on Weds.










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26-12-2019, 13:21   #48
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looks mild right up to January 10th, hopefully we will see some interesting changes next week but I've a feeling we still have our work cut out for us to shut down the Atlantic any time soon.
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next Sunday looks incredibly mild with +10 to +12 uppers over Ireland all the way back from the central Atlantic/Azores/Canary Islands. Could easily get up to 14C or even 15C if there was spells of sunshine.

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More and more showing us in a predominately SW/ly mild airflow, Looking through the charts showing any strong winds mainly staying off the W and NW coasts, bit windy along the coast at times but nothing out of the ordinary. One feature showing up is the sign of of low rainfall for the next 5 days. Mist and drizzle and some light rain might be evident at times especially along Atlantic coasts but amounts small. Temperatures on Sunday as Gonzo said looking very mild.












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28-12-2019, 17:06   #51
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Europe has been so mild this winter. Likes of Germany Poland have been up around +10 degrees. Even parts of Scandinavia have been consistently over 0 most of the winter. Really bizarre how mild the continent is. If that’s the case then Ireland and UK have no hope
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Europe has been so mild this winter. Likes of Germany Poland have been up around +10 degrees. Even parts of Scandinavia have been consistently over 0 most of the winter. Really bizarre how mild the continent is. If that’s the case then Ireland and UK have no hope
yep very little snow anywhere in Europe over the next week or two. Best chance of seeing some wintryness over the next 2 weeks would appear to be in Greece or Turkey yet again. Scandinavia and eastern Europe may start to cool down mid January, while remaining mild over western Europe.
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Sad state of affairs. February could well be the month when Europe gets icy
The eastern half of Europe will probably ice up. There may be the occassional close flirting with the eastern UK and a few 24 hour quick shot northerlies for us. Having said that there has been winters before with Atlantic driven muck all the way from November to January and then February strikes with white gold magic. Hopefully that will happen this year. I'm probably going to take a break from the charts over the next few days then come back after new years day with hopefully some promising looking patterns to look forward to towards the end of January.
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The amount of cloud in Cork is miserable. There has been no sun at all, of any description, for days.
And tomorrow wont be much better for you, however other parts of the country will experience a "spring like" day tomorrow. Mild and windy with a much higher cloud base allowing some sunny spells through. Get out and enjoy it.
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29-12-2019, 21:23   #55
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Looking a bit windier now from late Weds night in the W, initially SW'ly and veering W'ly, into early Thurs morning in Connacht and Ulster and continuing blustery through the day, possibly another windy spell later Thurs evening in the W.


















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ICON just out with the 18Z looking quite strong. Bit to go yet to know for sure could row back on this a bit ?


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Models eased of on wind speed on earlier runs but back up slightly again, not as high as yesterday. Looks like the second front tomorrow evening could be the windiest part of the day. On average probably still under yellow warning leve for the moment anyway but still a strong steady airflow gusting 60 to 70 km/h overland, bit higher on coasts

Winds look like coming from a Southerly direction until the afternoon, veering SW'ly and looks like veering sharply to NW as the front goes through before backing again to the W into Fri morning.






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ECM has eased off the wind speed late Weds into Thurs. Not showing it reaching yellow warning level on this run. Other models a bit higher but nothing out of the ordinary. Fresh across the country and blustery on the coasts. ECM has increased the predicted rainfall a bit.





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Big storm out in the Atlantic, filling as it gets closer to Ireland, our weather over the next day or so will be from fronts associated with this system.









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Big storm out in the Atlantic, filling as it gets closer to Ireland, our weather over the next day or so will be from fronts associated with this system.


Flew from Orlando to Dublin last night and it was the most turbulence I’ve experienced for quite a while flying through that. On the plus side the nice tail wind got us in an hour early.
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