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Severe T-Storm Potential - Ireland/UK - Sat-Mon June 13th-15th

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Martin Mc Kenna
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« on: June 11, 2009, 06:16:36 pm »

lol...yes, that's a good one, a bit like swine flue, it does sound nasty.

It's still low risk really at the min but Mon is back on the cards again along with Sat and Sun. Worst case is rain and cloud (boring!), best case, elevated thunderstorms!. The Atlantic is introducing cooler air which MIGHT kill the instablity but there is that mass of moist air moving up from the S or SW which is worth watching. Should feel warmer and more humid over the weekend in any case.
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