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Ireland Regional Weather Chat - 20/11/2015 Onward.

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2 hours ago, booferking said:

 unless the models can pull a rabbit out of the hat so to speak soon.:)

Well, you did ask for it! :-)

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1 hour ago, booferking said:

Honestly i don,t know what the hell is going on with the Models ECM have us in the coldish uppers to Wednesday now with chances of breakdown snow anything can happen in these situations we will learn so much from this atmospheric period or will we.:wallbash:

Flip a coin weather it is.

 

I thought we were turning milder from tomorrow onwards going by the BBC Newsline weather has this changed??

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Can't see that from Model thread, it appears that everything has gone tits up and the GFS has it more or less right all along.

Anyway, stole this image from Barra Best on Facebook, pretty cool. 

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A bright crisp day today with hardly a cloud in the sky until early this evening when the was a few clouds about.

Coldest day of the winter so far,max temp 3.7c, the wind held up the temps from falling quickly this evening but as it now dropped off temps falling more quickly now,currently 0.4c.

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1 hour ago, Pomeroysnow said:

I thought we were turning milder from tomorrow onwards going by the BBC Newsline weather has this changed??

Mild wouldn't be the word just less cold and not cold enough for snow.

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Aye Mountain less cold would have been a better choice of words, although I do feel any milder/less cold spell won't be a long drawn out affair and still anticipate some better prospects before the end of the month. 

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Below our the two weather forecast i just listen to they can,t even decide between themselves 24 hrs away never mind 72hrs away.

 

BBC Newsline Weather Saturday Rain moving in possible sleet/snow to the highest Ground 3c

Sunday Cloudy 6c Monday Cloudy then rain moving in Monday 7c

 

UTV weather Saturday sleet & Snow moving 2c

Sunday & Monday Rain maybe turning wintry 5c

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Tried to post this last night but messed up. Took a walk up Cavehill, beautiful clear skies, plenty of snowing lying and great views over Belfast.

 

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Still a decent amount of snow left :)

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And some white pixels over Ireland :)

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That area of ppn headed our way from the nw is it going to warm us up and melt the frost or is there a chance we could see a drop more snow. I know it's probably just going to rain but in such marginal conditions you have to hope lol. 

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No ppn here even though there has been rain on the radar weird. 

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Just cloud here, plenty of snow still about but frost has gone from the car,  looking like a grey week ahead so much for our dry but sunny weekend!!! 

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It could be a very marginal event today, MetO earning for snow down the west side of UK and by radar precipitation crossing Ireland turning more readily to sleet and snow so the east could get something.

we just have really light missle here

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I sincerely doubt we'll get anything bar drizzle here!

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A low of -2.1c here before the cloud rolled in,1.2c now.

Jesus christ though cant even get one good night of severe frost without cloud spilling in from the west. Cold spell my weeble. I give up!

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It's cold here at the moment but our chances of snow are zero, by this time tomorrow it will be mild and damp.

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did the east of northern ireland do well for snow in februrary 2009 or even in 1983?

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1983/84 sticks out in my memory Geoff, being 8 years old I remember the snow lasting into March or that could be my memory deceiving me!! In Omagh and just half hearted drops of rain,  bloody raw though 

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Been raining here for a while in Antrim.  It's cold out tho and then ground is still frozen, rain hitting it and freezing. Just back from walking dog it was a bit a slippy walk. Main roads OK just side roads and footpaths awful. 

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5 minutes ago, Pomeroysnow said:

1983/84 sticks out in my memory Geoff, being 8 years old I remember the snow lasting into March or that could be my memory deceiving me!! In Omagh and just half hearted drops of rain,  bloody raw though 

what about 2009??

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2 hours ago, geoffw said:

did the east of northern ireland do well for snow in februrary 2009 or even in 1983?

Yes, My best friend had her first baby in February 2009.  I remember waiting for news as I knew she was in labour and my own kids were off school due to snow.

 

this was 5th Feb 2009....

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