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26-08-2015, 12:43   #1
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AUTUMN WEATHER 2015 - GENERAL CHAT THREAD

looks like traditional first week back at school in September won't be a warm and sunny one like most other years. Next week is gonna be very cool, even cold. Will probably light the first fires of the autumn next week.
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looks like traditional first week back at school in September won't be a warm and sunny one like most other years. Next week is gonna be very cool, even cold. Will probably light the first fires of the autumn next week.
Looks to be cold but with an Azores High it looks sunny.
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Looks to be cold but with an Azores High it looks sunny.
Perfect Autumn weather Looking forward to the dewy mornings
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Must say I would love a few storms....but only over the weekend or in the evenings when I'm not in work
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Just had a peak at the medium term GSF and as per usual its a potentially glorious start to the season with the kind of set up we're been screaming for all summer!.
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I hope he has Right about the
Upcoming autumn

http://www.gavsweathervids.com/autumn-2015-forecast.php

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If this mornings ECM is to be believed there's a welcome Indian summer on the way for next week with some very impressive temps - in fact more than a few place could see their highest temps of the year if it came off!!
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If this mornings ECM is to be believed there's a welcome Indian summer on the way for next week with some very impressive temps - in fact more than a few place could see their highest temps of the year if it came off!!
Meh! I'm over it now - bring on proper Autumnal weather!
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Meh! I'm over it now - bring on proper Autumnal weather!
LOL - thats not how the Irish climate works!!
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It looks like our temperature will be below average for the next few days until the weekend. Present models suggest that it will be much warmer next week with high temperatures in the low 20s with mainly fine weather.
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What a chart! If only this was January....

Autumn certainly descended with a bang - right on the 1st September.
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looks like traditional first week back at school in September won't be a warm and sunny one like most other years. Next week is gonna be very cool, even cold. Will probably light the first fires of the autumn next week.
Dunno how you did that Gonzo...but an excellent bit of reorganisation!

First fire of Autumn is being lit here right now - log supply won't last to Halloween if this keeps up; breezy and overcast with a bracing 9.5C
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According to met.ie:

Early days of next week: Present indications suggest that it will continue mostly dry, with light to moderate east to southeasterly breezes. There will be some spells of sunshine at times each day, but some cloudy periods too. Daytime temperatures should be in the range of 15 to 17 C.

No mention of low twenties temps - in fact, it sounds quite cool. Is it meant to get warmer later in the week??
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It looks like our temperature will be below average for the next few days until the weekend. Present models suggest that it will be much warmer next week with high temperatures in the low 20s with mainly fine weather.
Does anyone have any confidence in this actually happening?
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According to met.ie:

Early days of next week: Present indications suggest that it will continue mostly dry, with light to moderate east to southeasterly breezes. There will be some spells of sunshine at times each day, but some cloudy periods too. Daytime temperatures should be in the range of 15 to 17 C.

No mention of low twenties temps - in fact, it sounds quite cool. Is it meant to get warmer later in the week??


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Does anyone have any confidence in this actually happening?
No , doesn't look like it will get into the 20's according to the Temp at 850hp on 06z ensembles. Roughly speaking , adding 8c to the 850 temps will roughly give you the surface air temp.


High teens throughout the high pressure period. Theres a strong uncertainty past the 9th as to whether the high remains near us or low pressure moves back in...
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