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    Re: UK Storm Fionn impact

    Post by dazza1223 » Thu 18 Jan 2018 12:10 am

    i think it here dont u
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    Re: UK Unnamed storm 17/18 Jan 2018 impact

    Post by RayProudfoot » Thu 18 Jan 2018 9:53 am

    RayProudfoot wrote:A band of heavy rain has now moved into NW England but what is really noticeable is the big drop in pressure. Currently falling very rapidly at 2.88hPa / hr.
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    Re: UK Storm Fionn impact

    Post by dazza1223 » Thu 18 Jan 2018 9:56 am

    yh i dint have it that bad

    Highest Gust 39.0 mph at 00:09

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    Re: UK Unnamed storm 17/18 Jan 2018 impact

    Post by RayProudfoot » Thu 18 Jan 2018 9:58 am

    I've changed the title of this thread.

    Pressure bottomed out at 982.6hPa at 02:58 and the highest gust was 45mph at 03:15.

    Pressure dropped 21hPa in 10 hours. Quite something when 24hPa in 24hrs is considered a 'bomb' :D
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    Re: UK Storm Fionn impact

    Post by dazza1223 » Thu 18 Jan 2018 10:01 am

    lucky u up there the most i ever had

    Highest Wind Gust 55.0 mph at 09:37 on 22 July 2016

    we just ever get it bad down here
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    Re: UK Storm Fionn impact

    Post by RayProudfoot » Thu 18 Jan 2018 10:19 am

    dazza,

    I'm guessing you weren't around in October 1987. ;)
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    Re: UK Storm Fionn impact

    Post by ConligWX » Thu 18 Jan 2018 1:08 pm

    I had the biggest pressure drop this year in a day of 35.3hPa on 2nd Jan. which was some difference.
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    Re: UK Storm Fionn impact

    Post by Matt.j5b » Fri 19 Jan 2018 2:50 am

    I had a drop of 4.4 hPa in 1 hour just before the passage of Ex Tropical Cyclone Debbie in March last year and a drop of 17 hPa in 20 hours. In Ex TC Oswald in January 2013 I recorded a drop of 13 hPa in 24 hours (but only the fastest drop of 1.4 hPa in 45 minutes). Your pressure drop if that happened over here looks very much like the passage of a Tropical Cyclone.
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