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10-05-2021, 13:43   #1
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Summer 2021 General Discussion

Well it is kind of Summer already but it feels like February, Hopefully a cool May will mean some kind of a decent few months ahead but who knows.

Long range forecasts and opinions and observations welcome.
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10-05-2021, 14:13   #2
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Well it is kind of Summer already but it feels like February, Hopefully a cool May will mean some kind of a decent few months ahead but who knows.

Long range forecasts and opinions and observations welcome.
It's actually kind of/most definitely still Spring and will remain so for another 3 weeks but I do look forward to see how summer pans out after a generally cool and often wet Spring, thus far.
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10-05-2021, 14:37   #3
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Bit early for this thread. Most certainly spring for another few weeks.
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I hear summer is on a Saturday this year. Cant wait!!
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10-05-2021, 21:52   #5
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Still very springy but not too far to the summer months, let's hope it will be a good summer.
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Really hard to tell this early on, even some of the long range "experts" are struggling to forecast a pattern, one thing we've seen in previous summer's is when low systems like we've been getting take hold it usually lasts for a few weeks, so if I was to take a punt on it I'd say it will be a few more weeks, we'll into June before we see any significant improvement in weather patters, we may see a nice run around the June - July period all going well
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By September there will be a busy thread up and running discussing the upcoming winter. Why not for the upcoming summer season. I don’t consider that this thread is too early as we are almost into summer.
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By September there will be a busy thread up and running discussing the upcoming winter. Why not for the upcoming summer season. I don’t consider that this thread is too early as we are almost into summer.
Last Winter thread started on the 01 of August!!
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By September there will be a busy thread up and running discussing the upcoming winter. Why not for the upcoming summer season. I don’t consider that this thread is too early as we are almost into summer.
Yeah I usually look for the summer threads in early March, it's almost mid may
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Summer is only 3 weeks away and FI will soon show the signals for the first week of summer. Hopefully we will start to see some signs of an improvement in the weather but most of May looks completely forgettable and the cool/chilly theme of Spring 2021 continues.
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Yes May looks a write off and it could be hard shift this pattern into June also but we live in hope.

Dont think there will be any 26c this May like last year.
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Worrying this is that if August does its usual sh*tshow, we're looking at what 8 or 9 weeks where we might get some nice weather?
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Worrying this is that if August does its usual sh*tshow, we're looking at what 8 or 9 weeks where we might get some nice weather?
8 or 9 days spread across 8 or 9 weeks would be more likely.
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Worrying this is that if August does its usual sh*tshow, we're looking at what 8 or 9 weeks where we might get some nice weather?
The shortness of the season is what I hate most about Irish summers. We're 5 weeks off the longest day of the year and it still doesn't feel much better than winter. August is seemingly always a write off so we've maybe got a few weeks in June/July then back to another 10 months of miserable crap. Roll on international travel
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8 or 9 days spread across 8 or 9 weeks would be more likely.
We didn't even get that many nice days last summer. First 2 days of June were decent and then another day or two midway through June. July was a complete write off and final day of August was decent after an almost completely overcast and cool month.
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