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16-09-2019, 21:15   #16
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Yea looks like the remnants from Tropical activity merging with systems in our Latitudes swept along by a vigorous Jet next week. All the models showing some deep Lp at various timings, strengths and different tracks. Will take a few days to have a better idea I would imagine. Could be quite unsettled at times compared to our benign weather of late. These could still mostly track their more usual route up off the NW . Current charts showing some heavy rains at times and strong winds, mostly in coastal areas. GEM showing one particular nasty storm around Monday /Tuesday but this might not even feature on the next couple of runs. Looks like we are going to have a few Autumn Gales which will be a big departure from our more benign weather of late.













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21-09-2019, 10:24   #17
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ECM 0Z has the large area of LP that looks to park off our W / NW shores next week eventually drift to the NE dragging down a colder NE'ly / N'ly air mass which could bring night time temps down to low single digits.



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22-09-2019, 13:18   #18
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Any chance of fewer images being posted?! Or to edit them at least?

Anyway the GFS and ECM are completely at odds in F1 (day 9-10) territory. ECM much more settled, GSF is just one low pressure system after another.
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22-09-2019, 16:16   #19
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ECM 0Z not as cold as the previous run. Shows ridging up over Ireland keeping the Arctic cold advection into Europe . Will see if this holds or swings back on the next run. Going to be difficult to have any reliable charts into FI with all the tropical activity heading our way.

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Any chance of fewer images being posted?! Or to edit them at least?

Anyway the GFS and ECM are completely at odds in F1 (day 9-10) territory. ECM much more settled, GSF is just one low pressure system after another.
The thread is literally about the charts !!!!
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22-09-2019, 19:08   #21
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Sure Sure but they are horrid PNG files not efficient JPGs
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22-09-2019, 19:09   #22
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We just need to pool our resources to give Meteorite a Meteologix "Ad Free Plus" package - then we'd get sweet sweet GIFs.
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22-09-2019, 19:23   #23
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Storm acoming according to weatheralerts Ireland on facebook(?
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22-09-2019, 19:35   #24
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Storm acoming according to weatheralerts Ireland on facebook(?
Indeed they are alarming charts. Giving me shivers reminding me of Ophelia.
But it’s daaaaays away
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22-09-2019, 19:52   #25
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Looks interesting alright. Doubt it’ll be the same
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Very interesting alright!
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We just need to pool our resources to give Meteorite a Meteologix "Ad Free Plus" package - then we'd get sweet sweet GIFs.
I have it

But annoyingly you cant pick a specific couple of days to put in a GIF , it just seems to load all the charts or else there is something I am missing !

Anyway I get Harry's point , maybe 7 charts in the one post is a bit too much .



ECM keeping the cold pool over Europe at the end of the run.

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Tropical storm Lorenzo? Looks very interesting on windy.com
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Track on latest GFS is fun but keeps it south of us, mind you at +240 the difference between GFS and ECM is pretty big.

Interesting one to watch but if one more person asks me if another Ophelia is coming when it is over 10 days away I might cry
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so, 10th of October looks interesting.....

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