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13-10-2019, 19:28   #31
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French models have taken much of the heaviest rain to Southern counties on the latest runs. UKMO and ICON similar to the ECM on this one, along Atlantic counties anyway.













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21-10-2019, 09:24   #32
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An interesting setup looking possible on Friday and Saturday!

https://twitter.com/carlowweather/st...547550720?s=21
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21-10-2019, 09:37   #33
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An interesting setup looking possible on Friday and Saturday!

https://twitter.com/carlowweather/st...547550720?s=21

NINJA SNOW .......lol
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An interesting setup looking possible on Friday and Saturday!

https://twitter.com/carlowweather/st...547550720?s=21
some temperature difference across the UK on Friday night, 15c in the south and -1c in the north
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very sudden and short lived temperature drop on Friday and alot of precipitation, mostly rain and possibly sleet in places. Temperatures recover by Saturday.



Sharp temperature contrast 8pm Friday evening, close to 0C



-2C over Leinster Friday night/Saturday morning



A very wintry mix Friday evening getting down to low levels, possibly heavy extensive snow on the Wicklow Mountains.

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21-10-2019, 16:20   #36
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Worth watching potentially, particularly for higher ground (but not exclusively so on some current runs). A couple more days needed yet...

The key is going to be the track of that system - on the northern side there is certainly a chance...but it's knife edge.
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The highest temperatures in Kerry for this week, on met.ie forcast, are on Friday night, it says 14 degrees Celsius !
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Worth watching potentially, particularly for higher ground (but not exclusively so on some current runs). A couple more days needed yet...

The key is going to be the track of that system - on the northern side there is certainly a chance...but it's knife edge.
It would be much better if we had these charts from late November! Would be very interesting indeed. We're only slightly past the midway point of October, so very, very early to be seeing charts like this!
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Cold and Wet! Looks thoroughly miserable with some high rainfall totals in places.

Not needed at all.
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Still looking interesting for some inland and higher areas on Friday. Not enough for Kermit to get excited just yet though

Latest GFS going for a very cold day throughout the southeast with some snowfall through the day.



There are still differences to be ironed out but a decent enough possibility of a shock to the system for some.
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Still looking interesting for some inland and higher areas on Friday. Not enough for Kermit to get excited just yet though

Latest GFS going for a very cold day throughout the southeast with some snowfall through the day.



There are still differences to be ironed out but a decent enough possibility of a shock to the system for some.
even if that happens, will probably be rain/sleet for most of us. Those daytime temperatures for the 3rd week of October are exceptional, we struggle to get those lows even during the height of winter in late December and January.
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Does this set up look like lasting for a short timeframe or do ye think it will last through the weekend?
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Just Friday and Friday night, nothing major. More a novelty. Remaining on the chilly side though but not as cold as Friday.
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sleet/snow risk is now reduced compared to yesterday with the system looking much further south. Kilkenny, Carlow and Wicklow look most at risk.

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Didnt even look at this weekends weather coz I thought 10c so Im excited to see those low temperatures.

Still just cold here in Sligo with cold rain.
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