Well originally i anticipated the low would slam into Scotland and the northern Isles but over recent model runs the deep low pressure system has been placed further south with northern counties of Ulster at risk of extreme winds.
The exact track and depth of the low will be difficult to pin point until tomorrow evening. However i feel it necessary to start this thread to put a warning out there.
The system is picked up by the ECM as a vicious system with exceptional winds at its left exit perilously close to the north coast.
Please stay tuned, it will turn windy this evening and overnight across much of the country but this event is expected to hit Thursday and it will be tracked with great concern by Met.IE / Metoffice and your boardsies.
There is also the risk of blizzards if the system does reach the mainland.
Wind gust estimates at this stage are uncertain but this could be extremely severe and we are considering the possibility of gusts in excess of 150km/hr.
Of course it may not come to pass or move further north.
While the GFS throws an extreme gradient a little further north