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Significant Storm For Ireland & UK Sat-Sun Nov 21st/22nd

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« Reply #30 on: November 22, 2009, 04:47:43 pm »

I have been up to Lough Neagh in Ballyronan and there's plenty of flooding, the jeti's are covered in water and the shore looks like a tsunami had hit it with debris washed so far inland that logs and sticks have passed beyond the swings, there must have been serious flooding there recently. It sure is a wild day, although  extremely disappointing with a convective point of view, I didn't see any convection at all, clouds just looked like thick soup. Quite a let down so far...more wet weather on the way though so anything is possible.
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