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12-03-2020, 13:40   #16
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Serious thunder and lightening here in meath at the minute
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12-03-2020, 15:28   #17
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Heavy rain shower here at the moment. Dublin 5. No hail just rain. Gone very very dark.
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12-03-2020, 15:43   #18
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Thunderstorms in over Mayo now.
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Flashes of lightning & loud thunder claps north county Dublin - kind of sums up the day !
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Thunder, deluges of various kinds and qualities and squalls

west mayo all at sea.
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12-03-2020, 20:56   #21
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Wet and windy in South Kerry with frequent hail showers all day.

Passed over the Caha pass today and skidded as I came out of a tunnel. Not a nice feeling considering the drop !!
Had my 4*4 and was glad of the traction .
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Wet and windy in South Kerry with frequent hail showers all day.

Passed over the Caha pass today and skidded as I came out of a tunnel. Not a nice feeling considering the drop !!
Had my 4*4 and was glad of the traction .
"ah yes, I remember it well!"

Loved that road. Enjoy! And BE CAREFUL!

All is blissfully quiet again out here. There is something very special about the silence after a gale. Very intense and soothing.

West Mayo all at sea.
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13-03-2020, 16:23   #23
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Interesting to note that the strongest winds were recorded at Mace Head during this period, although we were in the yellow zone, whereas Belmullet appears to have recorded much lower mean winds and gusts. Thankfully, we did not have the severe thunderstorms that parts of Mayo and Donegal experienced during the past few days but it was very very windy from 4.00 am Thurday morning.
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