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Possible storm/wind event - 9th December onwards

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it'll be a crisp packet mover like the one we had on wednesday

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Sustained at around 25 to 30mph, gusting to around 45mph where I'm stood.

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Getting windy at Kinsale Energy

 

Kinsale Energy
62023 11 Dec 
23:00 993.7 250 47 gust 62

 

in knots

Edited by Matty M

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Buoy 62023 23:00 54 - 71 mph ~ Wind

 

 

 

It's going to be a stormy night in Southern England.

 

 

 

Mammatus.

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very gusty here in Northants, far worse than two nights ago already.

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@WeatherCast_UK: Highest hourly gusts as of 23:00 - 66mph at Needles, 59mph at Culdrose and 59mph at St Mary's. Winds continuing to strengthen #UKStorm

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Lovely long snake line now along the South coast, I bet thats really vicious for a few minutes as it passes over.

 

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Blowing an absolute gale out there. This office is creaking...

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Innit just. Just got woke up dunno if the wind woke me though or my stomach as im starving so having a bowl of cereal!

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Highest Gust here- 42mph. Total Rainfall- 16.8mm

@WeatherCast_UK: The highest gust overnight was 90mph at Needles. Parts of Sussex and Kent could still see gusts of around 60-65mph this morning #UKStorm

Edited by Mark N

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Is it just me or does it look insanely windy Friday/Saturday? Looks damaging!

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Is it just me or does it look insanely windy Friday/Saturday? Looks damaging!

Friday night into Saturday looks a tad breezy up your way.

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Friday night into Saturday looks a tad breezy up your way.

What about down south? I live on the Isle of Wight now

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What about down south? I live on the Isle of Wight now

Looking very breezy/windy, gusts of 30-40mph. Then Sat into Sunday, could be gales.

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Looking very breezy/windy, gusts of 30-40mph. Then Sat into Sunday, could be gales.

Are those over night wind speeds? What about Saturday through the say, got friends coming from portsmouth to Isle of Wight on the ferry, will they be affected?

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Pray that this doesn't verify. Very unlikely as we are talking explosive cyclogenesis of 34mb in 18 hours!!!! Needs to be kept an eye on though as something may well be brewing deep down in the SW which could well lead to a possible storm  Very early days yet.

Chart courtesy weatherbell

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Edited by knocker

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Thanks Knocker indeed was just looking at another chart.  I hope for the East Coast this does not verify else its  :help:

 

Merry Xmas, New Year all :smiliz19:

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That nasty storm does seem to be consistently modelled by the three main models. It does look as though 'something' might happen, but as you say vlad, hopefully not as severe as currently shown.

Edited by picog

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Thanks Knocker indeed was just looking at another chart.  I hope for the East Coast this does not verify else its  :help:

 

Merry Xmas, New Year all :smiliz19:

 

Far too early to be concerned at the moment, the GFS, GFS(P) and ECM all have different scenarios, but certainly worth watching come next week.

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