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30-08-2019, 09:41   #31
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Nothing much more than a gravity defying drizzle here and unless it perks up later, can't see this amounting to much in this part of Galway at least. Maybe something a bit heavier later on this evening though as what is looking like a pretty sharp front moves in:

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30-08-2019, 09:43   #32
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Nothing much more than a gravity defying drizzle here and unless it perks up later, can't see this amounting to much in this part of Galway at least. Maybe something a bit heavier later on this evening though as what is looking like a pretty sharp front moves in:

Pretty damp in Parkmore, Galway
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30-08-2019, 09:45   #33
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Pretty damp in Parkmore, Galway
Same here, more due to the near 100% humidty and resulting lack of any evaporation than the rainfall (such as it is)
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30-08-2019, 10:03   #34
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I’m hoping against hope this is the first system this “summer “ that has been overplayed rather than underplayed
Having said that we already have had about 10mm in atheny
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I am expecting the rain will have passed Galway by 9am tomorrow.
Would anyone disagree with that? Obviously a few showers around but nothing persistent.
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30-08-2019, 10:21   #36
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On course to break the 200mm mark in Castlebar, the only thing worse than the rain today is the 98% humidity.
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30-08-2019, 10:21   #37
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I am expecting the rain will have passed Galway by 9am tomorrow.
Would anyone disagree with that? Obviously a few showers around but nothing persistent.
More like 2 am.
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In Tralee alternating mist, drizzle and light rain, very humid and mild. Expecting the heavier rain this evening /night.
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30-08-2019, 10:36   #39
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15mm so far in Athenry . Theyr up to 265mm now for month. 300mm still on
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15mm so far in Athenry . Theyr up to 265mm now for month. 300mm still on
Whats the record for Athenry or anywhere in August?
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Mod Note Lets end the insults and bickering. Warnings will have to be issued if it continues.
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Latest HIRLAM. The most persistent stuff will only push in later on this evening.




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Whats the record for Athenry or anywhere in August?
273.7mm at an older station in the area.
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30-08-2019, 12:18   #45
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Tonight the wettest part.

Athenry will get 30mm id say and showers tomorrow would defintely break Augusts record.

Wel never beat the 33c in Ireland in Summer but we will break the rain records. Sigh
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