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01-10-2014, 18:03   #1
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Heavy Rain, localised flooding possible Fri into Sat, October 3rd & 4th

A deep through from strong low pressure over Iceland on Friday will make its way over Ireland bringing the potential for heavy rain to nearly all places , clearing off slowly Saturday morning to lesser showers.



Still some uncertainty in the areas most at risk so ill keep it as a general country-wide risk atm.



Some interesting weather at last folks!!
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01-10-2014, 19:18   #2
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Ah feck off Autumn
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How many mm roughly are we looking at Ian?,supposed to have an outdoor event saturday afternoon /night.
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Would say maximum rainfalls in the southeast could be 30-40 mm. Most of that would be mid-afternoon Friday into Saturday morning.
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App is predicting over 50mm for Co. Kildare
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Ah feck off Autumn
Yeah feck off roll on winter
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A deep through from strong low pressure over Iceland on Friday will make its way over Ireland bringing the potential for heavy rain to nearly all places , clearing off slowly Saturday morning to lesser showers.



Still some uncertainty in the areas most at risk so ill keep it as a general country-wide risk atm.



Some interesting weather at last folks!!
Who is issuing the Level 1 Alert?
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02-10-2014, 07:36   #8
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Kind of looking forward to a bit of rain and wind. It's been such a good summer/autum it can do what it wants for the winter (a few weeks of snow and it will be a year to remember)
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Would say maximum rainfalls in the southeast could be 30-40 mm. Most of that would be mid-afternoon Friday into Saturday morning.
Where is the Level 1 Alert coming from?
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I assume october will be a total washout then? given the charts i wouldn't rule it out
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A gust of 40kts at Belmullet on the 1400 reports. its been a while!
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Finally a bit of interesting weather, the apples are picked , the spring cabbage is sown and I've got my winter supply of logs for the stove. Let have at it!
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Why am I so excited about a bit of rain?!
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Why am I so excited about a bit of rain?!


Because it's a change from the lovely, but boring weather we have had for the last few months?


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