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  1. 65ft waves around M6 buoy The Irish Marine Data Buoy Observation Network | Marine Institute WWW.MARINE.IE
  2. Sting Jet for sure. Ramped up even more an hour later
  3. An hour later and here's latest. Compare the two with most recent at bottom
  4. LIVE shot decoded @ 18:20 utc. There's a Sting Jet coming.
  5. Outer clouds of #StormBrendan approaching far left. Decoded NOAA 19 satelitte using WXtoIMG software with RSP1A receiver / SDRuno. Frequency: 137.100Mhz
  6. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is urging people to be prepared ahead of some stormy conditions expected across the start of next week, with a risk of flooding to all Scotland's coastal areas. The Met Office has forecast strong and sustained winds from Monday morning, 13 January, through much of the week. Combined with naturally high tides next week, the sustained winds will create an unusual and dangerous combination of tide, storm surge and inshore waves. There is therefore a risk of coastal flooding to all Scotland’s coastal areas. The highest risk is around high tides from midday Monday through to Tuesday afternoon. There is a flooding risk to coastal road and rail routes and coastal communities right around Scotland’s coastline. These conditions can be dangerous. Be aware of the most up-to-date Alerts and Warnings, visit floodline.sepa.org.uk/floodupdates
  7. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) is urging people to be prepared ahead of some stormy conditions expected across the start of next week, with a risk of flooding to all Scotland's coastal areas. The Met Office has forecast strong and sustained winds from Monday morning, 13 January, through much of the week. Combined with naturally high tides next week, the sustained winds will create an unusual and dangerous combination of tide, storm surge and inshore waves. There is therefore a risk of coastal flooding to all Scotland’s coastal areas. The highest risk is around high tides from midday Monday through to Tuesday afternoon. There is a flooding risk to coastal road and rail routes and coastal communities right around Scotland’s coastline. These conditions can be dangerous. Be aware of the most up-to-date Alerts and Warnings, visit floodline.sepa.org.uk/floodupdates
  8. Just 22mb off the record of 912mb for a cold water north atlantic low pressure system.
  9. Here's pre-Brendan as a wave feature over Nova Scotia.
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