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Ireland Regional Weather Discussion 13/12/2018 Onwards

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Hope you're all keeping well folks. Strange times. We seem to be edging out of the storm somewhat, but I urge you all to stay the course and stay apart as much as possible. As an island, we have done quite well with this. Unlike our 2 neighbours. As MS said, amazing spell of weather which made staying home easier, but alas, the Atlantic is having a say at the moment, maybe next week (and the farmers won't thank me for this) we'll see a return to warmer and drier weather.

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Jeezo.  What a turn around in the weather.

From endless sun to relentless rain in a flick of a switch.

Locked in the house during a record breaking dry spell and now we can go out, it's chucking it down.

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On 15/06/2020 at 11:09, Jo Farrow said:

Not sure this has appeared before. Met Eireann showing their TS  yellow warning and UK Met Office TS warnings 

https://www.met.ie/warnings

 

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Noticed that today, showing the MetO warnings for NI. Probably not before time!

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Looking forward to some thunderstorms over the next couple of days. After that weather doesn’t look great though!

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10 hours ago, bobbarley said:

Looking forward to some thunderstorms over the next couple of days. After that weather doesn’t look great though!

A chance of severe thunderstorms later this evening and overnight, not often that Ireland gets the t storms.

 

After that, as you say, horrendous

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Im outside belfast here, working nightshift at the airport, hopefully get a bit of a show later on??

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4 minutes ago, Marko1690 said:

Im outside belfast here, working nightshift at the airport, hopefully get a bit of a show later on??

Looks good Marko. Mainly cloud based t storms but the chance of some cloud to ground strikes too with chance of hail and torrential rain.

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Woken up with some loud claps of thunder around 2.30am this morning and bits of lightening. Potentially some more later this afternoon?

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56 minutes ago, mountain shadow said:

It's like Winter out there. Awful.

Absolutely minging, any chance of some decent weather making a return?

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18 minutes ago, ForeverPomeroysnow said:

Absolutely minging, any chance of some decent weather making a return?

At least 7/8 days away and nothing long lived.

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Another awful day up here in the North East, the dry halcyon days of April and May seem a lifetime ago.

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Another dire day, temperatures struggling to get to the mid teens.

No sign of anything Summery in the next two weeks.

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What i am interested in is .... Are we going to have a good summer, I have really criticial on our weather services these days, and to be fair n to the point, I am tired of this wet weather @ this point.   Does anyone Know that the south-east of Ireland is going to have an swesome July or August respectfully.   Thanks!

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9 hours ago, Justin Crowdle said:

What i am interested in is .... Are we going to have a good summer, I have really criticial on our weather services these days, and to be fair n to the point, I am tired of this wet weather @ this point.   Does anyone Know that the south-east of Ireland is going to have an swesome July or August respectfully.   Thanks!

Unfortunately there is no sign of any settled weather at the moment.

The sunny South East will fair better than most though.

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On 03/07/2020 at 09:12, mountain shadow said:

Another miserable day and weekend ahead. Rain, rain and more rain. 

Anything possibly exciting here?

Screenshot_20200705-125422_NW Storm Radar.jpg

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Yea, this summer on the whole has been pretty crap alright!

I'd quite fancy a decent winter for a change, things looked promising last year but it all went to pot! The only issue this year, if we do get a good one, it could be during a lockdown period which I'm not so sure about... Funny old time we're living in.

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RED warning for Cork tonight 

#StormEllen bringing wild conditions tonight and early Thursday. Red warning from @MetEireann for Cork.  Heavy rain, coastal concerns with high spring tides and large waves/swell.

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