These were all taken about 14.00 hrs today and I thought those of you in the south of Ireland, England and Wales, suffering gales, might be interested to see what it was like in the "eye of the storm" or the centre of the depression. It was reasonably wild last night but the centre moved over us this morning and it has been lovely here but with very high tides as the pressure is so low.
Thanks Bridget. It has been quite odd here. Usually when we get such low pressure here it is actually blowing very hard, but the eye of this depression is very pronounced and we have cyclonic calms! Viv
Beautiful crisp images and well put together Viv.......I was going to suggest getting the barometer checked, but you "old sea dogs" know more about the weather than us poor "landlubbers"....lol....Alan