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  1. Fergie posted earlier that that is an old wives tale. Zero difference
  2. Squally thundery shower just now in Donegal. Lights flickering
  3. Exactly. That is my point. I provided those to illustrate it. That's why I said they were over rated and they didn't amount to anything. The background signals were wrong so I don't treat them like gospel like most do.
  4. Fair enough but the background signals didn't amount to anything so far this Winter,over rated IMO. A post from Fergie 14th Nov " Worth adding that latest EC Monthly again raises GPH/MSLP to our NW with mean N'ly flow as we switch into Dec. Interestingly it then also develops (2nd week Dec) quite marked -ve GPH anomaly from Scandinavia to the UK, coupled to equally marked -ve MSLP across S UK and directly eastwards into adjacent NW Europe, with attendant appearance of +ve PPN anomalies by that stage. Fascinating times indeed.." Again on the 28th "EC Monthly consistent with
  5. STATUS ORANGE Wind Warning for Coastal regions and high ground of Donegal, Galway and Mayo Very windy on Friday: Southerly winds, later west to southwest of 65 to 75 km/h with severe gusts between 100 and 120 km/h. Issued:Wednesday 21 December 2016 10:00 Valid:Friday 23 December 2016 06:00 to Friday 23 December 2016 18:00 STATUS YELLOW Wind Warning for Rest of the country Very windy on Friday: Southerly winds, later west to southwest of 50 to 65 km/h with gusts between 90 and 110 km/h, strongest on exposed coasts. Issued:Wednesday 21 December 2016 10:00 Valid:Frid
  6. Further South on UKMO. Track and intensity far from nailed down yet
  7. STATUS YELLOW Weather Advisory for Ireland A potentially stormy spell of weather is likely later this week and over the Christmas weekend. In particular, Friday looks like bringing stormy weather, with the north and west most at risk, but the details are still uncertain at this stage. Issued: Monday 19 December 2016 13:00 Valid: Thursday 22 December 2016 12:00 to Monday 26 December 2016 23:59
  8. met.ie THURSDAY: A cold day with early morning showers tending to retreat back to Atlantic coasts - some hill snow occurring across the far northwest through the day. Becoming mostly dry elsewhere with sunny spells and light southwest breezes. Highest temperatures of just 4 to 8 degrees, coldest across Ulster and north Leinster. Frost for a time early in the night. FRIDAY: Present indications suggest stormy conditions will occur, very wet and very windy, with warnings likely to come into operation. Relatively mild with highest temperatures of 9 to 12 degrees. Ingredients are there fo
  9. Met office update for NI- Outlook for Wednesday to Friday: Turning colder with blustery wintry showers on Wednesday and Thursday, some snow to lower levels at times in the west. Heavy rain and gale or severe gales on Friday. Updated at: 0234 on Mon 19 Dec 2016
  10. I'd say a decent chance of seeing snow(falling at least) for the NW this upcoming week. 170m asl you have a better chance than most
  11. I got 4 highly strung pms for saying I didn't believe in long range FC's. Sensitive bunch is more accurate
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