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02-06-2019, 18:54   #61
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It hasn't been a terribly bad start to summer here. Yesterday was a nice day apart from some light rain. The sun was out later and it felt quite warm. The high was 19.2C. Today it's been mostly sunny, although a bit breezy. The high so far was 18.6C.
It's very windy. That's the main non-summer-like thing about the weather today. There were a few drops of rain blowing about this evening but no real rain. It's gone mostly cloudy though. The high today was a pleasant 19.2C, the same as yesterday, although it would have been more pleasant without the wind. It's currently 15.6C.
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02-06-2019, 20:20   #62
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oddly enough today was probably one of the warmest days of the year so far here in Meath, mostly dry afternoon with sunny spells, certainly windy. Fully cloudy now and some spits of rain.
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02-06-2019, 20:52   #63
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Amazing double rainbow here earlier around 630pm Meath
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Wind and rain. Heating on and lights on at half past eight. FFS in June.
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Wind and rain. Heating on and lights on at half past eight. FFS in June.
The wind this evening in east Galway was worse than ANYTHING in winter
The only stronger winds were for the orange warning in April
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02-06-2019, 21:53   #66
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Squally Showers now with clouds racing across the sky. Looks and feels like 5pm on a stormy day in December FFS
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Squally Showers now with clouds racing across the sky. Looks and feels like 5pm on a stormy day in December FFS
unfortunately it's about to get worse this week. Loads of showers, rain, very cool temperatures and possible flood warnings later in the week. The first week of June won't look out of place in December or January, except for the longer daylight hours and lack of frosts.

Hopefully we will have payoff with a decent July and August.
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unfortunately it's about to get worse this week. Loads of showers, rain, very cool temperatures and possible flood warnings later in the week. The first week of June won't look out of place in December or January, except for the longer daylight hours and lack of frosts.

Hopefully we will have payoff with a decent July and August.
Tbh the lack of frosts wouldn't be out of place in December or January either!
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looks like this country London, Manchester ENGLAND is going to have nice weather
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Tbh the lack of frosts wouldn't be out of place in December or January either!
A very small chance of a slight hint of frost next thursday night, possibly over high ground. A Chilly night everywhere.

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Odd that Met Eireann don’t mention anything of the rain coming tonight on their latest forecast. Unless the models have it missing us now, haven’t checked yet.
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Odd that Met Eireann don’t mention anything of the rain coming tonight on their latest forecast. Unless the models have it missing us now, haven’t checked yet.
Maybe they only have a skeleton staff on in June....

Bitter cold wind out here. Wish i had fuel but the cats will help.

west mayo offshore
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Odd that Met Eireann don’t mention anything of the rain coming tonight on their latest forecast. Unless the models have it missing us now, haven’t checked yet.
Also curious about this. I cancelled a camping trip for Wexford based on that forecast. If the threat is gone I might chance it.
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Another wet and dull day in Castlebar, we have had over 120mm of rain in the last 6 days.
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Was bright and sunny early this morning but clouding over needless to say now and that feckin breeze that’s been there since the start of May continues unabated and it’s “fresh”
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