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05-11-2016, 10:44   #31
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Got a couple of light showers yesterday but a bright dry sunny but cool day down here.
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Looks like Tues is when the rain will return proper. Got soaked in the one heavy shower from.y day feeding a calf in a field.
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I don't know what temperature it is but it feels bitterly cold and the wind would nearly cut you in two.
Me thinks the cows are coming inside at night, tomorrow night.
I don't care what some of the weather lads will tell you about winter starting in December.
Outside here now, Winter is here.
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Wasn't that bad a day here. warming till the sun went down and dry
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Wasn't that bad a day here. warming till the sun went down and dry
Was cold enough here. At football earlier depending where you stood you where either roasting or freezing
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I don't know what temperature it is but it feels bitterly cold and the wind would nearly cut you in two.
Me thinks the cows are coming inside at night, tomorrow night.
I don't care what some of the weather lads will tell you about winter starting in December.
Outside here now, Winter is here.
Same as that here...

Wasn't a bad day, but the wind would cut you in two like you said...

Still, tis dry...
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A bit of trivia for ye all.

October for a lot of weather stations was the driest month of 2016 so far.
Moorepark in Cork recorded the lowest amount of rainfall at 27.9 mm for October.
This was the driest October Moorepark recorded since 1970.
For comparison Oak Park recorded 29.6 mm in July.

The exception to October being the driest was Valentia Observatory, Co.Kerry which recorded 105.5mm, making October for them the wettest in 77 years.

Outside here now in wexford it is currently 5*c dry with a brisk northerly wind.

More info and summary here.
http://www.met.ie/climate/monthly-weather-reports.asp
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COLD
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COLD
Nippy alright
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A bit of trivia for ye all.

October for a lot of weather stations was the driest month of 2016 so far.
Moorepark in Cork recorded the lowest amount of rainfall at 27.9 mm for October.
This was the driest October Moorepark recorded since 1970.
For comparison Oak Park recorded 29.6 mm in July.

The exception to October being the driest was Valentia Observatory, Co.Kerry which recorded 105.5mm, making October for them the wettest in 77 years.

Outside here now in wexford it is currently 5*c dry with a brisk northerly wind.

More info and summary here.
http://www.met.ie/climate/monthly-weather-reports.asp
Some greats facts there. The kerry figures are some what scewed in fairness by the fact that over 100 of the 105mm recorded in Valentia in October fell inside one 24hour period at the start of the month.
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Just in there -1.5 on the jeep, nice white frost.

Just lovely out there, month of this weather would be great.
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-3.0c crisp morning.
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-3.0c crisp morning.
Gritting lorry was just coming back in from a run when I was going for cows this morning. First time in a long time it has been out.
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Tap was frozen this morning

Let it flow.....let it floooow, don't hold it back any mooore.
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Gritting lorry was just coming back in from a run when I was going for cows this morning. First time in a long time it has been out.
Roads being gritted here the last 3 days
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