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    Thorpe Surrey (About 1 mile from Thorpe park)
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    Snow, more snow and even more snow..Oh and I love a good old Thunderstorm

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  1. Looked at the wind charts and ppn charts and looked like squall line potential, so check the radar, not to sure what way this one will go.. If it will die out or go with the front associated with a small low over Wales
  2. Hurricane Ophelia

    Yes, just posted in the un named Atlantic storms thread if anyone wants to view, it's now a named disturbance as Invest 92L currently right over the other side of the Atlantic
  3. And our next low is now being born. Invest 92L is the current allocated "reference" for the ongoing disturbance across the pond. Not expected to become a hurricane however, but interaction with the jet stream later this week and a frontal wave will increase the likely hood of a very strong Atlantic storm. Wether it becomes a named storm is up for debate and the areas affected with various model outputs on track and indeed intensity. Also what will be key to any potential upgrade or downgraded in wind speeds will be decided on when the depression under goes rapid bombing. Current model predictions have it filling by the time it reaches our shores, while yesterday it was over the UK. Areas currently most at risk would be the south and Midlands, but subject to change. Before this though is a smaller and less potent depression for Thursday. But models have been toying with a very short lived area of high winds Thursday afternoon for the south coast.
  4. Hurricane Ophelia

    Third person has died =( another falling tree on car. While us enthusiasts study learn and indeed take some excitement from this weather, we must spare a thought for the people caught up init. Stay safe all and ride it out now, hopefully most are on there way or home now for the evening lots of people leaving early in the effected areas.
  5. Are we about to have a dust storm or something? Incredible weather
  6. Hurricane Ophelia

    Absolutely phenomenal weather, this will go down in the books for a number of strange and crazy weather
  7. Hurricane Ophelia

    Update from the south east, it's literally like being in a rain forest, it's so warm and humid it's such a strange feeling so late on in the year, and mention of thunderstorms too for the south east this week..
  8. Certainly need to see the low removed or toned down for the end of the week.. Looks nasty, while Ireland gets hit today we bask in late summer heat..
  9. Hurricane Ophelia

    Really does feel like a warm summers morning, so still and humid
  10. Hurricane Ophelia

    What a contrast today will be over our little group of islands. The shift west is very welcome news meaning some stay out of the worse but for Ireland there was no escape, and now it's time to brace and ride it out. It's been a long time tracking this girl and lots of charts but it all now comes down to people's preparations and staying safe. Possible mention of a sting jet but I can't see anything on sat currently that would suggest that. Although on the southern edge of the storms centre there is a dry slot on sat but it's not to pounced yet.. This was us yesterday here in Surrey Out in a t shirt with a beer.. I had to keep telling myself it's mid October
  11. Hurricane Ophelia

    Impossible tracks there, you have an omega block in place over Europe, hence the track that it is due to take into Ireland sliding "along" the high pressure, it's huge
  12. Hurricane Ophelia

    Absolutely insane charts this evening.. Check this one out, almost doesn't look real.. No wonder she is going to make landfall as a power storm, tapping into some very warm air..
  13. Hurricane Ophelia

    She really is not behaving, warmer than average ssts are keeping her grumpy for longer
  14. Hurricane Ophelia

    Interesting stuff but potentially quite damaging in some locations, will post the live pressure charts link when I get back on the computer, as ever we won't know the exact track until this storm is knocking on the door but I really wouldn't fancy myself on the south Irish coast Monday
  15. Hurricane Ophelia

    Never seen such a feature on the GFS take of Ophelia on this mornings 00z Incredible stuff, but could this situation become a more common thing in the future?
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