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02-03-2020, 10:05   #16
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Wettest February ever, and nearly the warmest on record
(not us, only Netherlands :

https://nltimes.nl/2020/02/27/wettes...warmest-record
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Mad heavy hail shower in Galway city, place is completely coated white.
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02-03-2020, 13:19   #18
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Mad heavy hail shower in Galway city, place is completely coated white.
The roads were like skating rinks impossible to drive on
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2 days in a row of sunshine and clear sky, i must try hard not to get used to this
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2 days in a row of sunshine and clear sky, i must try hard not to get used to this
Got a weird temptation to put inflatable pool in my back garden today
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vicious hail showers at frequent intervals. Chilling winds. Sudden gusts.. occasional sun and a bit of blue sky... restless unstable weather,
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2 days in a row of sunshine and clear sky, i must try hard not to get used to this
today and yesterday have been great, almost unbroken sunshine and proper strength to the sun. If all of March turned out like this it would do wonders to bring the land back to normal.
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That heat you can start to feel in the sun in March & April is ruined by this cold air that seems to arrive every spring...I cant remember the last time we had a mild/warm spring...I remember many years ago our Spring weather used to be better than the weather we would get in Summer...not anymore Spring is like winter and Summer is like Autumn
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Typical early March weather in Dublin. Fairly blustery with the odd shower but nice sunny spells. Pic shows the shower that passed over Dublin Bay.
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Some heavy hail/sleet/wet snow showers here today, another crash on the Motorway nearby following heavy hail.
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Knock reported 4 cm of snow cover up to 9 am this morning but it had all melted by 1 pm.
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Was a nice day in Cork City today. Clear skies for most of the day with the sun out but there was a few showers aswell. Bitterly cold wind around though
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02-03-2020, 20:20   #28
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I'm hoping there is a sudden final warming which leads to a potent northerly later on in the month, but hopefully it doesn't follow on that we then get a cold and miserable late spring and summer due to northern blocking. So a two day snow event akin to the big snow of 1917 would suffice, then let it become warm and dry for the Summer
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Another day with frequent wintry showers in Letterkenny, I think the last dry day here was around the 5th or 6th of February so we might as well make it a full month of rain at this stage.

At least its nicer between the showers now though, always noticeable by March how much brighter the sunshine is compared to the winter months where even sunny days tend to have that dull greyness because of how low the sun is.
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It's a very icy wind out there today, absolutely freezing!
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