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11-09-2017, 22:31   #1
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Wind Warning for Dublin, Wexford, Wicklow, Galway, Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick and W

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Wind Warning for Dublin, Wexford, Wicklow, Galway, Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Waterford
A deepening depression is expected to track eastwards across the centre of Ireland,(Galway to Dublin) this evening with a band of very strong winds on its southern and western flanks, which will affect coastal counties of the southwest, south and east at times later this afternoon and evening.
Southwest to west winds are expected to increase to mean speed of 50 to 65km/h, with gusts of 90 to 110km/h this afternoon in coastal counties of the southwest and south, with the severe winds becoming northwesterly and transferring to more eastern counties this evening. Winds will be at their strongest in exposed coastal areas.

Issued:Monday 11 September 2017 23:00
Valid:Tuesday 12 September 2017 14:00 to Tuesday 12 September 2017 23:59



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Weather Advisory for Wexford, Wicklow, Galway, Clare, Cork, Kerry, Limerick and Waterford
A depression is set to cross Ireland on Tuesday. It will bring strong and blustery southwest to west
winds to southern parts of the country during the afternoon and evening, strongest in coastal areas.
There will be heavy rain also.

Issued:Monday 11 September 2017 14:00
Valid:Tuesday 12 September 2017 15:01 to
Tuesday 12 September 2017 23:59

Dry in many places early Tuesday morning apart from a few showers. But wet in the afternoon,
with heavy rain in many places, but especially in many central and northern counties.
Becoming very windy in some areas also, especially in places near the southwest and south
coasts in the afternoon, and potentially severe winds near the east coast
in the evening.
Highs of 14 to 16 degrees Celsius.

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11-09-2017, 23:37   #2
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Mean speeds from the Hirlam.

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The Arome Gust chart showing the center much further down S on this run , just rolling out atm , keeping the strongest winds off shore.

Big difference in track to the Hirlam .



The Arpege very similar to the Arome


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The WRF more in line with the Hirlam.

Gusts

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12-09-2017, 00:47   #5
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Latest TAFs:

Dublin (9pm-12am) and Shannon (6pm-8pm) both forecasting gusts of up to 45kts.

Cork expecting gusts of up to 40kts (4pm-6pm)

Knock not expecting wind above 15kts.

The variableness of the wind tomorrow is quite cool, with Knock expecting winds from nearly every direction!
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12-09-2017, 01:42   #6
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I love the way they add 'highs of 14 to 16 degrees Celsius'
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12-09-2017, 08:14   #7
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Shannon max gusts dropped to 43kts in the last TAF and Dublin has dropped to 40kts.

Interestingly, Liverpool is expecting possible gusts of 60kts and Manchester expecting up to 55kts.
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12-09-2017, 09:55   #8
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Has been officially named as Aileen.
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Has been officially named as Aileen.
By the UKMO I presume?
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By the UKMO I presume?
By the UK Met Office and Met Eireann
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12-09-2017, 10:51   #11
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A very vigorous depression for so early in the season and before the equinox.
Why the polar front is so far south when the Arctic is at its warmest and always seems to be north of Scotland when the Arctic is at its coldest in mid-winter is beyond my rather limited knowledge of meteorology?
Any opinions why the polar front moves north in winter? Why does the Azores high always build in winter?
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Yea looking more likely to undergo rapid deepening to the east of Ireland but these systems often develop very rapidly and sometimes before model guidance suggests
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12-09-2017, 11:43   #13
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There are loads of power cuts all over the country at the moment .Of course mine is gone again as it likes to do every couple of days. I wonder whats going on as there is barely a puff of wind around at the moment. Maybe the ESB are practising for what's coming.
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By the UK Met Office and Met Eireann
By that I meant that it must be because of an orange warning somewhere in the UK, rather than Ireland, right?
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By that I meant that it must be because of an orange warning somewhere in the UK, rather than Ireland, right?

I understand what your saying, but it relates to both countries
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