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FLASH  WARNING

 

just seem a warning from met  office    of winds of 80  mph  plus

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The Arpege is going for 70-80mph+ gusts funnelling through the central belt - could be quite a few people on the roads heading to wherever they’ll be bringing in the new year... potentially some high impacts with Dylan. 

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could  get  very nasty  over  the  night

 

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8 minutes ago, tinybill said:

FLASH  WARNING

 

just seem a warning from met  office    of winds of 80  mph  plus

Where did you see this at? 

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it  on yarhoo frount  page

 

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Further downgrades misses northern Ireland with 60 mph gusts across across a small area southern Scotland and northern England. Time for downgrade of the warnings????

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3 minutes ago, The PIT said:

Further downgrades misses northern Ireland with 60 mph gusts across across a small area southern Scotland and northern England. Time for downgrade of the warnings????

Are you basing this completely off the GFS

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It's past 10pm at night at a weekend ,still within festive holidays. I don't think there will be a 'downgrade' of the weather warnings now. The storm warning is there so people know to prepare, plan and adapt if they are considering travelling early tomorrow. The deepening of this complex low may not be as severe (we'll wait and see) but it could still be pretty wild early Sunday for people getting ferries or making journeys they could delay til later in the day and then have much more pleasant conditions. Highlighting that message is still valid. 

https://www.netweather.tv/weather-forecasts/news/8652-storm-dylan-overnight-into-new-years-eve  

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 Interesting ,calm before the storm here ,today's cloud formations where very indicative of a wind event  guess we'll see 

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a 24 hour train strike, combined with Storm Dylan (downgraded or not)

I think there could be a lot of fed up people out there

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3 hours ago, DisruptiveGust said:

The Arpege is going for 70-80mph+ gusts funnelling through the central belt - could be quite a few people on the roads heading to wherever they’ll be bringing in the new year... potentially some high impacts with Dylan. 

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Not seen you post in ages, no longer sub zero eh hope you’re all good. :) 

Lets be honest this thread would be tenfold more busy if the storm was set to affect Southern England. For Scots it isn’t too out the ordinary probably reason why for the lack of interest...

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Oh, there's no lack of interest from this particular Scot, I'm very worried, still got the half-toppled tree overhanging my phone line in my garden.

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4 hours ago, Daniel* said:

Not seen you post in ages, no longer sub zero eh hope you’re all good. :) 

 

Hey, I’m good thanks. Dam, knew it was sub zero eh haha... 

Getting very gusty now here in north Carlisle, pretty noisy outside. 

Gusts 50-70mph from Wales northwards on XC weather, highest so far Malin head 71mph. Windy for many though even further south.  

 

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I think the problem is that people are soooo focussed on a snow event aswell nothing else really matters 

awaiting peaks winds around 9am here 70-80mph gusts expected 

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No further downgrades so GFS got it fairly spot on. One of the few times that downgrades don't continue into the day itself.

Away from the central belt nothing of note and Sunny Sheffield continues it's fairly quiet autumn and start to Winter.

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Pretty good call from he Met Office with forecast wind speeds in the warning area, despite the GFS downgrades yesterday. A few exposed stations in NI & recently SW Scotland have recorded gusts 75-80mph. Could be nasty though the central belt in the next few hours as Dylan continues to track eastwards out into the North Sea. 

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Hunting desperately for a windy day for us and Friday maybe a day on interest but far too early to say.

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Nothing  much here , I see you're back lad :)

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Very windy in Carlisle but nothing out of the ordinary, that’s a bit further north from here. Had to tape my letterbox up lol 

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