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Davie Tait
1st December 2007, 10:59
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/northern_ireland/7120574.stm

This will probably also affect the West Coast of Scotland with the Outer Hebs most vulnerable.

Davie

seanetter
1st December 2007, 15:58
The sea is goin to the green grass here the day and no a word about it,surfers are fair enjoying it!!:cool:

Davie Tait
1st December 2007, 16:08
Just the way of things I suppose if the south coast of England had , what we would consider , a normal winters gale the press would be reporting it as a disaster when we just sweep up the broken trees and get on with it lol:eek: :eek:

wod1
1st December 2007, 16:33
If the isobars on the BBC website are right, i think it will be even poorer on wednesday for the NW of Scotland. todays low is 976, forecast for wednesdays low is 960.

wod1
3rd December 2007, 11:50
The Irish are showing off their wave computer prediction technology in the news again.


http://www.fishupdate.com/news/fullstory.php/aid/9370/Offshore_weather_buoys_confirm_west_coast_wave_for ecast.html