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23-03-2020, 17:41   #361
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To add to the recommendations above of star/planet apps, I use SkyMap, really useful to figure out what is visible in the night sky
Yep this is the one my husband has on his phone. It will tell you exactly what star/planet your looking at.
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You are so right! You cant ask Irish people not to go out over last few days when it's been the nicest weather since about last August! It's not even warm but lovely + sunny. Ffs cornavirus could have come anytime in last 6mths + we could go nowhere with all the rain.

We have managed to get plenty of walks in while keeping our social distance. It can be done!
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Click on the tweet for to read Rockall's tweets in the image theres 4 or 5 of them

https://twitter.com/Arklowweather/st...110490626?s=19
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High of 16.7c here today with a nice surprise this evening...

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25-03-2020, 22:42   #366
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(Met Eireann) Max. temp. today ,Wednesday, was 16.5C at Casement Aerodrome.
Dublin Airport and Johnstown Castle had the most sunshine with 10.2 hours.
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Very cloudy but mild and calm in West Clare today.
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yesterday was a fantastic day weatherwise, felt so much warmer, probably the warmest it felt since the dry and settled spell during the first half of September last year.
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Another beautiful day although it is a tad breezy
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Beautiful day in cork city. Sunny and warm in places sheltered from the wind.
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a real peach of a day outside, altho the wind is making it feel less warm than yesterday.
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Sunny and sheltered part of the back garden. Managed to work on laptop. Very nice
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Lovely day again, we'll miss this when the airflow turns back north! That said the dry and sunny conditions will remain. Is it too early to predict a long hot summer?

Everyone to the er back garden.
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Lovely sunset in West Mayo this evening. The first sight of the sun since Sunday here. Pure s**te for four straight days!
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Lovely sunset in West Mayo this evening. The first sight of the sun since Sunday here. Pure s**te for four straight days!
It was lovely alright! After being largely overcast here in Central Mayo all day long, the sun found a sliver of a gap out west this evening to reveal itself briefly just before setting. Yesterday was a wet miserable day, but today became increasingly more pleasant as the day wore on even though the skies did not clear properly until after sundown.
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