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01-09-2018, 22:46   #31
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amazing how the first few days of September/ first few back to School days never fails to disappoint with mid summer like conditions.
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01-09-2018, 23:36   #32
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Drizzling again in Cork City. Feels humid too, window is open again
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02-09-2018, 00:15   #33
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Better than any day during the final month of summer !
Just seen the post above
Also in east Galway !
Did you happen to see a strange line in the sky west towards the city at around 8pm? Thought first it was just a trail from a plane but it had an orange glow and it was in a near perfectly straight vertical line. I could see something glowing as though it was falling from the sky in very slow motion. Maybe it was just a plane and the sun was causing the trail to look orange but it was strange how vertical it looked.
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amazing how the first few days of September/ first few back to School days never fails to disappoint with mid summer like conditions.
Unless you happen to be in a Tent on the coast lol. I think we are gonna end up in the Sea!!!

I must have missed the forecast about it being windy.
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Glad you all had a good day y'day.....

We had drizzle and rain y'day, then a clear evening., Warm last night though... Wind a-wailing now ...

West Mayo; offshore island
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02-09-2018, 11:05   #36
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Overcast morning here in Castlebar with thicker cloud rolling in from the atlantic but holding dry, for the moment. mild and humid with mist down on the hills.
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02-09-2018, 12:31   #37
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Clodu here in Cork city today but humid also.

Reading that the charts are changing their mind about a settled September. Just a question for the knowledgeable ones, a settled september, would that be good or bad for a cold winter? I'd say its already been answered a lot, sorry if it has, just couldn't find it
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22C currently at Dunshaughlin, County Meath. It could well be the final warm day of 2018.
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Only 16.8C here near Tralee. Overcast dull damp day, mist and some light rain although hasn't tipped the gauge yet.

Won't be needing these anymore, ready for the attic , hopefully get to use them again next summer !


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Blue skies and a humid hot 23deg in Bray all morning.
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Overcast bar a few brief spells, mild enough. Looks like the late summer weather promised will not quite happen this week
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Mostly sunny, and warm, in Dublin. It's 24.4C here now.
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Overcast bar a few brief spells, mild enough. Looks like the late summer weather promised will not quite happen this week
Has there been a downgrade?

Dull overcast and humid here rain on and off. Apologies to all those outraged by this negative report.
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Has there been a downgrade?

Dull overcast and humid here rain on and off. Apologies to all those outraged by this negative report.
LOL
Don't ever change
I enjoy your posts
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A soft day here in the whest
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