Today is June 8th, a prolonged storm with YELLOW alerts & craft warnings: Air Temp – 12C ( 53F )
BBC News: Rain, accompanied by a strong to gale force westerly wind, is expected to be heavy and persistent today across western and southern parts. The public should be aware of large amounts of surface spray on roads and some areas of minor flooding.
Devon News: Weather warning issued as 70mph winds batter Devon
BBC News: Some exposed coastal areas may see gusts in excess of 70 mph. Spells of heavy rain are also forecast. Such strong winds, in combination with the heavy rain, will make for difficult and dangerous travelling conditions.
RTE News: Persistent and locally heavy or thundery rain will continue this afternoon over much of Connacht, South Ulster and Leinster, though the rain will gradually ease off in South Connacht and Southwest Leinster later this evening, Weather Warning in effect, Gale Warning in effect, Small Craft Warning in effect.
VIDEO: Here’s what the solar hot water system was doing:
Here is the screen shot of the system at 12:39pm during the storm. 33.1 C (91.5F) while raining…
Here is the screen shot of the system at 12:53pm during the storm. 33.7 C (92.6F) while raining…STILL INCREASING IN TEMP
Here is the screen shot of the system at 13:17pm during the storm. 34 C (93.2F) while raining…STILL INCREASING IN TEMP
Here is the screen shot of the system at 13:20pm during the storm. 34.1 C (93.3F) while raining…STILL INCREASING IN TEMP
Here is the screen shot of the system at 13:58pm during the storm. 35.1 C (95.1F) while raining…STILL INCREASING IN TEMP
OVER 1 HOUR 20 MINS During the height of a storm, this Surface Power SP501 stayed in production and produced over 3 kWhrs of energy during that period. This system is an SP501 PRO, even a storm can’t stop it producing Free Hot Water.
And this video to show the weather at the end of the hour and 20 mins.