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14-02-2021, 00:27   #16
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ECM 18Z stronger than the previous run, brings the stronger winds further inland, very tight gradient and closer to the coast on this run.

ARPEGE a bit stronger by the coasts on the run especially the W, winds go through quickly though.









Are those ARPEGE times French time?
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14-02-2021, 00:33   #17
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Fairly wild in South Wicklow now even before the start of the event tomorrow. No measurements but it's the windiest I've seen it some time.
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14-02-2021, 00:40   #18
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Belmullet the one to watch between midday and 3pm
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Severe gusts forecast out north west, has Met Eireann called it Evert or is it going unnamed? Would it be unusual for an orange warning not be tagged!
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14-02-2021, 04:00   #20
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Wild and loud, but at least the crippling cold has eased, so sleep was possible and appreciated.

There have been some house-shaking gusts already.

If you look where Belmullet is, small wonder they get blasted.

west mayo offshore
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14-02-2021, 04:31   #21
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Wind just woke me up here in Kildare. Very strong gusts hitting the house.
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14-02-2021, 05:16   #22
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Just been woken up by gusts in Cork. Didn't expect this much activity this far south.
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14-02-2021, 07:23   #23
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Wild and oud out here.

But whatever the day brings, just relieved not to have had to dig my car out of the snow as I did in Eday, Orkney for many years... One year the island lorry got stuck even with a snowplough attachment and the farmers and tractors had to dig it out.

And watching my hens emerging from the barn and sinking chest deep in snow!

And the snowman who we thought was going to retire on his pension he lasted so long. He was so photogenuc too!

So many lovely photos online too of "snow Orkney". And my old house covered in snow.. wow!

Happy memories, and I look at my photos of those years with fondness,

but Ireland is kinder. Snow is pretty and dramatic but except in that one year it is courteous and does not overstay its welcome!

They had heavy snowfall up there in Orkney on February 7th this year, and lorries getting stuck.. No thank you!i

Even the snow does not last here and the winds will pass later today.

Ireland really is far more realistic.

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Hard heavy shower.
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Crazy strong winds in SW Kerry. Not much rain, but wilder then i've seen over the last few weeks anyway.
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Was very rough in North Donegal during the night, but worst seems to have passed this morning?
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14-02-2021, 08:22   #27
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Another rotten morning in North Dublin
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14-02-2021, 08:30   #28
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Not the first time they have issued a orange warning for wind and not named a system. The named one a few years ago after issuing a orange warning I think for Mayo and Galway and got a lot of backlash mostly from the UK because it was only going to effect far coastal areas of the west.
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Looks like this coastal event is going to pass through very quickly. Kerry coast now, west Galway and Mayo 10am to 1pm followed by west Donegal. Clear by 3pm.
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Latest view of the low pressure system to the southwest of Ireland.

Image attached is the Airmass RGB

Sunday low pressure system.jpg
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