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46 minutes ago, Paul_1978 said:

Got woken up at 03.49 by the wind - Aileen is here...

Moderate NW winds here now. Only gusting 30mph although I'm slightly sheltered by some trees from that direction, wind is very loud whistling across the rooftop.

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Looks to be a squall line moving into western parts.

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Well this was certainly a snore and you missed it event. Duration of stormy weather 15 minutes at 03:55. No rainfall recorded at the time  so if it was a front passing through it was pretty well dead by then. So sad to say Aileen for me won't be considered a storm. 15 minutes doesn't make it I'm afraid.

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Max gust of 34mph during last nights big storm, interesting that we had 35mph this afternoon during sunshine and showers.

Today was mostly dry untill around 2pm when we had 2 heavy hail showers, dropping around 7mm of precipitation in 20 mins.

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Dunno why we've got a warning for windy weather where the max gusts shown in the gfs are in the mid forties.

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Yup a breezy night but more. Top gust 41 mph.

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We had a heck of a squall at 4.45am.
Sounded like a water hose on the windows and the

wind absolutely howling.  Very short lived though.
Can't spot any damage around me.  *phew.

B.  

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Silly local forecast just now winds up to 60 mph today. The strongest gusts are over Norfolk and moving away. 52 mph this fits in pretty well with GFS forecast yesterday evening.

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8 hours ago, Beverley Lass said:

We had a heck of a squall at 4.45am.
Sounded like a water hose on the windows and the

wind absolutely howling.  Very short lived though.
Can't spot any damage around me.  *phew.

B.  

There were some squall lines around yesterday not here of course as it came over us it was fairly disorganized hence no strong winds and no heavy rain against the window. Was more active to the west and the 2nd squall to the north east was seemed to be the stronger of the two. That didn't come near us though.

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Very gusty winds now in Leeds noticed Leeds Bradford Airport had a gust of 55mph. Some reports of trees down in and around Leeds.

Best time to hit I guess.

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Lovely sunny frosty morning on the Yorkshire Wolds . Overnight low of -1.7 c and a good air frost  ( earliest air frost at my location for 6 years )   

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Is it safe to have a look in thr Model discussion thread yet? 

Rather cloudy in Leeds today feels alot milder. Now the wind as eased down.

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Stay clear at all costs, just view NMM up to 36 hours for the whole winter and you'l never be let down ;)

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20 minutes ago, vizzy2004 said:

Stay clear at all costs, just view NMM up to 36 hours for the whole winter and you'l never be let down ;)

very wise advice

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15 minutes ago, Beverley Lass said:

Frosty already here (9.15pm)
Could be  heading for the coldest night of the season so far .

B.  

Yes few spots already at 0c or below, coldest around here I can find is Helmsley at -1c

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