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Gust of 86mph in the last hour at Capel Curig, Wales. Not unusual for there but think it's the strongest gust on land so far.

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5 hours ago, summer blizzard said:

Question folks.. According to the GFS (and earlier BBC) the rain should let up in an hour or two.. 

But according to the radar, this stuff has almost no way to head north without drenching me most of the day.. 

https://www.netweather.tv/live-weather/radar

..

What are your own thoughts. 

It doesn't match at mo

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Nice view of the trailing front(s) running from Leslie at the bottom left all the way up and over us. I wonder if Leslie has altered thinking on the amount of cloud/moisture that gets up to us a it pulls the cloud/moisture around it before hitting Portugal/Spain?

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Nothing of note here but on the warm side for an October evening.

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Ppn has arrived with gusto 😩

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Most notable thing is the warmth. If it wasn't for the breeze I'd be sleeping with the windows wide open.

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Yes very warm here with the Davis reading 16.8c as is the Dew, Highest gust so far 57mph here.

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