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Ratooragh Weather Systems

Campbell Scientific 2018-09-24 12:35:00 Pressure 1041mb, Temp 15.2°C, RH 56%, Wind Dir 172° at 4knots, Gusting to 8knots, Rain last 24 hrs = 0.0mm and Davis Vantage Pro 2018/09/24 12:20:00 Pressure 1041mb, Temp 13.9°C, RH 59%, Wind Dir 160° at 5knots, Gusting to 10knots, Rain last 24 hrs = 0.0mm <- Current Weather
Date Time: 2018/09/24 12:20, Turbine Speed: 358 rpm, WindSpeed: 4.40 knts, Input to Solar Tank: 1.88 watts, Input to Buffer Tank: 0.00 watts, Solar Relay: On, Buffer Relay: Off, Relay Override: Off, Solar Tank Temp: 47.46 C, Buffer Tank Temp: 28.01 C, Input to Solar Tank in 24Hrs: 0.00 kW, Input to Buffer Tank in 24Hrs: 0.00 kW, Total Energy Generated in 24Hrs: 0.00 kWatts and Date Time: 2018/09/24 12:10:07, PV Energy: 4.1 kW, Solar Rad. Time: 2018-09-24 12:30:00, Solar Rad.: 595 W/m², Sun Elevation: 37.9°, Total Generated in 24hrs: null kW <- Wind Turbine & PhotoVoltaic Output
Schull Tides for 2018-09-24 Time in UTC
1st HW 04:00 3.2m, 2nd HW 16:20 3.2m, 1st LW 10:00 0.5m, 2nd LW 22:20 0.5m

Altocumulus and Sea Fog

Altocumulus Lenticularis

Altocumulus Lenticularis

Altocumulus Lenticularis

Altocumulus Lenticularis

Altocumulus

Cirrocumulus with Contrails

Cirrocumulus

Cirrus

Crepuscular Rays

Crepuscular Rays

Cumulonimbus

Cumulonimbus

Cumulonimbus

Squall Line

Double Rainbow

Double Rainbow

Moonset

Sea Mist

The Sea 'Steaming'

Snow Storm

Storm Front, Thailand

Stratus

Altocumulus at Sunrise

Sun Setting

Sunset

Sunset under Stratocumulus

Blood Moon September 2015

The Lunar eclipse of 28th SeBlood Moon with Starsptember 2015 occured around 0230 UTC here in a cloudles West Cork.We were treated to a fantastic view from our balcony of the night sky, with the Milky way nice and clear, and the occasional Meteor to brighten things up. Here is the Blood Moon seen against the stary background.

 

 

Here are some pictures I took as the Eclipse progressed:

Blood Moon Eclipse startingBlood Moon Eclipse progressingBlood Moon nearly thereBlood Moon

Well worth setting the alarm!! The images were taken on an Olympus E-M10, a 300mm lens at f2.5 and around 1 second exposure and ISO set at 200