The Met Office are playing it cool about issuing a warning for the forecast strong winds associated with low Gudrun later this week. Met...
Nothing particularly unusual about Friday’s low for May. The ECMWF hires model has it’s minimum central pressure at around 970 hPa at midnight on...
I applaud Met Eireann’s efforts in trying to unify the weather forecast across the whole of Ireland, after all the weather (and Covid-19) doesn’t...
I wonder how far Met Eireann would get if they treated the people who lived in countries Mayo or Donegal like the Met Office treat the people who live in the north and west of Scotland?
Better late than never the Irish have now woken up and decided to issue an orange alert for storm Jorge.
The Spanish Met Service AEMET have surprised everyone in naming this weekend’s low storm Jorge, which as far as I can see won’t impact Spain with much in the way of severe weather at all.
Somethings brewing this weekend and Saturday looks likely to be a very windy day especially across Ireland.
Met Office salve their own conscience about naming storm Ciara by conjuring up an amber warning for Sunday
The Met Office are obviously flexing their supercomputer muscles and feel confident enough to nip in ahead of Met Eireann for once.
Thursday is shaping up to be an interesting day with all the NWP models at sixes and sevens about exactly what track low Clara is taking
I’m quite sure that in the near future the warnings system will be run by computers interrogating mesoscale NWP models and issuing warnings automatically using a GIS based system.
Storm Atiyah is on it’s way for Sunday – but it won’t threaten Northern Ireland.