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Fiona Robertson

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  1. Hurricane Ophelia

    Buoy reading 1037 constantly
  2. Hurricane Ophelia

    Seems to be a broken buoy, false high.It's seems to be situated where the isobars are tightestcos they have to rapidly increase and then decrease the pressure over the buoy.
  3. Hurricane Ophelia

    Seems to be a broken buoy giving a false high pressure reading.
  4. Hurricane Ophelia

    Just realised, the blob on the IR is over the IOM, the centre of the thing isn't. Has the buoy sunk??
  5. Hurricane Ophelia

    Looks like it might be at the front tip of the outer band that wraps around the west side. Anyone here on the Isle of Man that can tell up what's happening on the ground? Seems to be right on top of them.
  6. Hurricane Ophelia

    Someone just posted it. It dissipates, but seems to pop up again at 20:55
  7. Hurricane Ophelia

    Got a link for the eurosat infrared?. The one that updates frequently? I've just got Cesium water vapour and IR that updates hourly. What would the pressure chart look like for a sting jet?
  8. Hurricane Ophelia

    I wouldn't know where to start. It's supposedly from observations. I noticed what someone else mentioned - the wind directions seem strange. It began as a wee kink in the isobars at 18:00 and was there at 19:00. I've only just found it myself.
  9. Hurricane Ophelia

    It's a Leprechaunado!!!
  10. Hurricane Ophelia

    It's from here. It's the pressure observation map, not a model, apparently. http://www.xcweather.co.uk/
  11. Hurricane Ophelia

    So what are the consequences of that?
  12. Hurricane Ophelia

    Someone mentioned this earlier. What on earth is going on in the Irish Sea?
  13. Hurricane Ophelia

    And another thing whilst I'm on a rant! I understand that there is a reluctance to over-warn people because if it doesn't come off then next time they might just ignore it. That is their choice! However if you fail to warn sufficiently, people can end up injured or dead because of the lack of warning and that is not by their choice. Right, I'm done ranting. Normal service will be resumed.
  14. Hurricane Ophelia

    According to Arpege, I'm in the purple later
  15. Hurricane Ophelia

    It's getting pretty windy here now. I'll be going out to fill haynets and do the horses for the night in about 2 hours. I'll be under trees so I'm wearing my climbing helmet.
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