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  1. Strengthening til Tuesday but still a typhoon heading to southern Japan this weekend in time for Japanese GP qualifying. Japan Meteorological Agency | Tropical Cyclone Information WWW.JMA.GO.JP Joint Typhoon Warning Center (JTWC) WWW.METOC.NAVY.MIL
  2. There have been bigger, and there have been stronger... but it's also going to be a lovely summer storm in the UK, so I figured it's worthy of its own thread.
  3. Here's a few pics from the storm on the 14th. Cape Clear is an island off the south Cork coast and is the most southerly inhabited place in Ireland. Twas difficult to stand straight at times and I lost count of the number of shocks I got from electric fences! It was a few hours before the worst of the winds, but I still recorded a gust of over 110km/h with mini handheld weather station I have attached to my bag.
  4. Went to Malin Head in the early hours. Absolutely insane! Recorded a sustained windspeed of approx 50mph and highest gust I recorded while there was 60mph. Standing up at the Radio Tower was almost impossible without the help of some of the abandoned buildings up there. On my way back down into Malin Head I had to slam my breaks on, but couldn't avoid a downed phoneline or electric line. Managed to slap right off the roof. Heading back in a homeward direction between Malin Town and Carndonagh there was a downed electric line covering the road. Had to ring the police and notify them of it as it
  5. A new thread for the Summer season and it looks like starting well as we move into next week. BBQ's at the ready.
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