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04-09-2018, 11:42   #61
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Got down to 5.7c here in Ashbourne last night, coldest night since may.
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04-09-2018, 12:31   #62
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The car showed only 3c on the way in to work this morning, warming up nicely now though.
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I'm back after a break from posting here (I've still been reading). September has been beautiful so far. I'm loving the cool nights/mornings because it makes me feel very comfortable and cosy in bed . Plenty of sunshine too.
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04-09-2018, 22:24   #64
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Looks like it’s all going downhill here from tomorrow evening on
Had been really looking forward to a full week and weekend of good weather
Thursday looks absolutely miserable
Seems to be a narrow band of rain forecast to be over us all feckin day
And cold
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Heading to Spain next week for the holidays 3 days in Malaga and two in Torremolinos ...after wall to wall sunshine in the that region the last few weeks it’s giving thunderstorms and a general mixed bag for next week.
I will be raging if weather is pissy
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04-09-2018, 23:55   #66
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Heading to Spain next week for the holidays 3 days in Malaga and two in Torremolinos ...after wall to wall sunshine in the that region the last few weeks it’s giving thunderstorms and a general mixed bag for next week.
I will be raging if weather is pissy
The Weather in the Malaga region still looks very decent for next week, slight chance of a thunderstorm on Monday but probably won't happen. Dry after that and sunny 26-28C for most of September.

Weather in Malaga region is currently very good, only seen about 1 hour of cloud here over the past 8 days.
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05-09-2018, 07:46   #67
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Yet another beautiful, cool morning in Dublin 5.
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Yet another beautiful, cool morning in Dublin 5.
Yep.
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05-09-2018, 08:34   #69
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It seems to have clouded up since. It has here anyway.
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05-09-2018, 11:36   #70
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Cool and wet in Castlebar, humidity is up at 96%.
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05-09-2018, 15:25   #71
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Horrible here in Tralee. Your typical "soft Irish day" that they can keep

Whatever happened to the predicted Indian summer?
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05-09-2018, 15:27   #72
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Horrible here in Tralee. Your typical "soft Irish day" that they can keep

Whatever happened to the predicted Indian summer?
Come to Dublin acequoin, this was over an hour or so ago (it has clouded up now)

You can blame Atlantic tropical cyclones.

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enjoying my final few days of hot Spanish sun, after a long hot summer. Once I get back to Ireland next week, my attention turns to winter, lamposts, easterlys, blizzards and snow trains.
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Two days more or less identical (dry and sunny) but for one thing - yesterday the wind was frankly cold and even gusty, today more or less calm and much warmer feeling for it.

On another matter entirely - does anyone leave RTE Newsnow on? If so you'll see the little changing window for various topics - sport, entertainment, business, weather etc. The weather graphic for has been exactly the same for days now - cloudy rain!
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Horrible here in Tralee. Your typical "soft Irish day" that they can keep

Whatever happened to the predicted Indian summer?
The guy to whom that phrase is attributed to was misheard , what he really said was "its another ****e irish day "
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