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  1. Latest high sea forecast STORM WARNINGAT 181200UTC, LOW 53 NORTH 17 WEST 960 EXPECTED 63 NORTH14 WEST 943 BY 191200UTC. LOW 66 NORTH 28 WEST 947EXPECTED 64 NORTH 31 WEST 966 BY SAME TIME. NEW LOWMOVING RATHER QUICKLY NORTHEASTWARDS EXPECTED 51 NORTH 52WEST 967 BY THAT TIME. WINDS WILL OCCASIONALLY REACHSTORM FORCE 10 IN THE SOUTH OF EAST NORTHERN SECTION, THENORTH OF EAST CENTRAL SECTION AND THE NORTH OF WESTCENTRAL SECTION THROUGHOUT, WINDS ALSO REACHING STORMFORCE 10 OR VIOLENT STORM FORCE 11 IN NORTH SHANNON UNTIL190000UTC, BAILEY UNTIL 190900UTC, FAEROES AND SOUTHEASTICELAND FROM 190300UTC UNTIL 191600UTC, SOUTHERN WESTNORTHERN SECTION UNTIL 191000UTC, IN NORWEGIAN BASIN FROM190100UTC UNTIL 191500UTC. WINDS ARE EXPECTED TO REACHVIOLENT STORM FORCE 11 TO HURRICANE FORCE 12 IN ROCKALLUNTIL 190400UTCand just incase you don't know your sea areas Rockall is just to the NW of Ireland!!
  2. Just had a look at the Data logger for the last 12hrs at Capel Curig and it has seen gusts of 110 @ 15:15hrs dont think this is going to be the strongest gust out of this system by the time its finished, would want to be out in the atlantic this evening! On life is enough already. latest atlantic jet stream analyses shows a very strong ribbon of jet just to the SW of the current low centre tucked in just to the back of the trough!! not good http://virga.sfsu.edu/gif/jetstream_atl_init_00.gif
  3. The isobars on the latest atlantic analysis http://meteocentre.com/analyses/map.php?lang=en&map=eur_full&area=eur&size=standard look to be very close and the wind will have gained quiet and amount of inerta as its being driven round the centre of the deeper low to the NW before making land, could be some very high gusts on the NW west coast of Uk and Ireland!! very defined squall line showing in the trough thats coming through.
  4. Mace Head in West of ireland and Caple Curig in Wales have both seen winds gusting to 90Mph and the secondary low to the NW of the current centre looks to be moving southward?
  5. Ok roughly where the secondary low is currently, and my guess where it will track, could be well wrong and have been before :) https://forum.netweather.tv/gallery/image/19111-storm-guess/
  6. Lenticular

    Odds & Sods

    just a few weather pics i have taken over time
  7. from the wind forecasts on XC weather and a few of the European models it was supposed to be slowly increasing all evening? plus the centre of the Low is about 10 deg west and running along just below 50deg north line still a little further south. Estofex have given warning out for Northern france and Germany expecting the low/disturbance to take a more southerly track than some models? well im of to bed to go to work a 4:30 so i wlll find out one way or another
  8. Looking at the sustained wind data from the likes of the mumbles and Portland bill, the wind is currently weakening ( 17:00 = 44mph/ 19:00 = 36mph)and has been for the last few hours, were as it was forecast to be picking up. the centre of the secondary low if it follows the upper jet as it has been will be more likely to go through slightly to the south along the channel??
  9. there is a very slight chance that the secondary low will end up dying out and we will just be left with the main low to the NNE ?? now that would be very embarrassing, i know that a sting jet has been forecast to give the storm its power in the early hours, but some elements are currently missing. the main one being that there is currently no real organised rotation around the secondary low?
  10. Looking at the Atlantic analysis maps the secondary low centre has only dropped 1mb per hour for the last 6 hours still showing centre pressure of 989mb so quite some way of the 975-965mb predicted, unless it undergoes some rapid bombogenesis in the next few hours so not sure there is going to be quite the wind strength predicted earlier!! http://meteocentre.com/analyses/map.php?lang=en&map=eur_full&area=eur&size=standard
  11. Pic taken about 2 weeks ago the small rainbow affect on the left of the pic is called a Sun Dog i think?
  12. Hi Paul in response to the latest news letter = while i love the site to bits there is one thing that stops me using the GFS and other charts in the data centre, there are no ways to animate or step frame forward or backward, so instead you have to press the individual hour codes and doesn't give a nice flow to watch weather systems develop. but this is my only gripe. Cheers Rob
  13. Louby, that is lovely, something very calming about it. But then i have always had a soft spot for water falls, can sit a watch the water for hours.
  14. A Friend Is Like A Good Bra... Hard to Find Supportive Comfortable Always Lifts You Up Never Lets You Down or Leaves You Hanging And Is Always Close To Your Heart!!!
  15. Have posted in the storms thread but have spent so long correcting it thanks to not being very good at spelling and now it has saved it half assed and it has really Psis me off and i cant edit it any more and its only half finished AAAAARRRRRRRR!!!!!
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