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Ireland Regional Weather Discussion 16/01/2018 Onwards

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3 minutes ago, Neiller22 said:

Just watched updated bbc national weather and it still look good for thurs and Friday blizzard still showing to cover much of Ireland north and south with the the only exception be the extreme NW which may miss out but even here looked good for thurs most of the day. Obviously a constant changing situation 

That's good news Neiller. I wasn't expecting any snow until later tomorrow, yet the BBC App now showing this... was  only a 10% chance this morning....

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9 minutes ago, Dylan87 said:

Showing this now on radar over Louth and north east but not seeing any of it where I am, confusing... I guess the radar can get confused

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Too light be be noticeable at the surface.

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Couldn’t agree more. Nothing was even hinted at for today and look at the radar. It’s trying ! Can’t ask any more than that. Obviously some convection going on. 

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2 minutes ago, Neiller22 said:

Couldn’t agree more. Nothing was even hinted at for today and look at the radar. It’s trying ! Can’t ask any more than that. Obviously some convection going on. 

And this is before the lower uppers reach us too? Is that correct lol?

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Just now, carboncowboy75 said:

Light snow in newtonabbey 

Yep. Light snow falling here too. Sweet 

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Tbf Radar isn't looking too bad - coming off the Irish Sea 

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proper shower in titanic quarter here now, hopefully keeps up :D

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Snow flurries in mid louth certainly becoming more thicker, good size flakes but not sticking yet, not enough to coat the ground anyway.

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ICON much further South, takes Louth and North of Dublin out of the snow danger zone on Friday. Still looks very heavy South of Dublin, but not as windy.

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ICON better wise up, gona end up with nothing out of this spell :wallbash:

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meto warning out for Friday :)

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MetO warning out for Friday for the whole of the North.

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1 minute ago, Hegzyy said:

ICON better wise up, gona end up with nothing out of this spell :wallbash:

You and I alike should be looking for north easterlies. Besides, I'd say convection would fire up showers over land too though no bets on it just yet. 

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2 minutes ago, bma79 said:

MetO warning out for Friday for the whole of the North.

Where are u seeing this?? I don’t see that on their web site. 

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2 minutes ago, Neiller22 said:

Totally confused. I’m on met office website and nout for us that I can see 

click on friday, brings up this:

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Got it now. My phone must have been on the beer. ! That looks promising. 

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GFS 12z brings heavier snow across all of the island than the ICON. 

UKMO run has the low much further East than the GFS and a broad swaith of South Easterly winds, this would potentially be extremely snowy for Eastern areas as there would be frontal snow as well as showers.

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model thread makes you laugh, they're all obsessed with getting it to track south and miss if its gona prolong cold uppers for 1-2 more days. who cares if its murky and cold outside, its a massive snow event we are all looking for surely?

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