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Default Storm Callum, 12 October

The MetO is giving it a central pressure of 943mB midday 12 October.

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Default Storm Callum, 12 October

On Tuesday, 9 October 2018 19:38:42 UTC+1, N_Cook wrote:
The MetO is giving it a central pressure of 943mB midday 12 October.


Interesting how this will pan out, I'm supposed to be taking a 23.00 Friday evening ferry from Dover to Dunkirk! I wil keep tabs on this one :-)
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On 09/10/2018 19:38, N_Cook wrote:
The MetO is giving it a central pressure of 943mB midday 12 October.


MetO is now giving it 938mB midday tomorrow, when was the last time
there was something similar within 10 degrees of the UK , particularly
near 50N rather than a more understandable 60N
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On 11/10/2018 08:20, N_Cook wrote:
On 09/10/2018 19:38, N_Cook wrote:
The MetO is giving it a central pressure of 943mB midday 12 October.


MetO is now giving it 938mB midday tomorrow, when was the last time
there was something similar within 10 degrees of the UK , particularly
near 50N rather than a more understandable 60N


Going by Irish records, looks as though you have to go back 80 years for
a similar low at 50N, near us


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