slimboyfat Registered User
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According to the Donegal Weather Channel, there is going to be a heatwave next week with 'TEMPERATURES POSSIBLY HITTING 20C'.

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vandriver Registered User
#2

20°c is a heatwave in Donegal.

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derekeire Registered User
#3

Surely this should be in After Hours!

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slimboyfat Registered User
#4

vandriver said:
20°c is a heatwave in Donegal.


15°c is a heatwave in Donegal! lol

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Simon Gruber Says Registered User
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vandriver said:
20°c is a heatwave in Donegal.


You'd not be long getting sunburnt

Meteorite58 Moderator
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Donal55 Registered User
#7

Thats summer fcuked so.

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jimmycrackcorm Registered User
#8

slimboyfat
15°c is a heatwave in Donegal! lol



Rathmullen be packed one it goes above 10°

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pauldry Registered User
#9

Donal55 said:
Thats summer fcuked so.


Summers fcuked anyways coz Sea Ice on Fram next to Greenland is pooling cool air down on us every Summer when the Anticyclone goes home to Spain or every time theres a West or Northwest wind. Wait until Easter and it will be 10c again not 20 or 21c like next week.

Still everyone now knows Ireland statistically gets its best weather in April May and early June. Summer is the name of a season where its sunny and hot but we have to call it Summer here too even though Spring is our Summer. Our seasons are
Summer
Not Summer
Autumn
Late Autumn

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Meteorite58 Moderator
#10

From Met Eireann

Outlook

Monday: Rain in western counties will extend everywhere during the morning and will then turn more to showers during the afternoon and evening. A clearance will develop during the evening and night. Highest temperatures of 13 or 14 degrees.

Tuesday: Apart from an isolated shower, most of the day will be dry but rather cloudy overall, or with only brief periods of sunshine. Quiet a fresh day with highs of 9 to 11 degrees in westerly breezes.

Midweek: Except for an occasional shower it will continue to remain dry but rather cloudy. Temperatures will remain in the range 10 to 12 degrees in westerly breeze



Hyperthermia wont pose too much of a problem

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JCX BXC Registered User
#11

Massive difference between MT and ME, although MT seems to be dropping expectations a little today.

Elemonator Registered User
#12

How can this be? Wasn't that sunny day we had 3 weeks ago our summer for this year?

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drunkmonkey Registered User
#13

Anyone know what the water temperature on the west coast will be, wouldn't mind an auld dip.

Gonzo Registered User
#14

next week looks to be struggling in low double figures, a million miles from a heatwave.

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snowstreams Registered User
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drunkmonkey said:
Anyone know what the water temperature on the west coast will be, wouldn't mind an auld dip.


The temperature at salt hill in Galway is just around the 10c mark. So pretty cold. It's actually warmer in early December than early April.

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