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19-07-2013, 14:05   #31
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I hear there's Spaniards booking package holidays to Ireland.
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This article mentions 37°C. How can this be when the record recorded high was 33°C.

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This article mentions 37°C. How can this be when the record recorded high was 33°C.

I'd trust the Met Eireann official stats over an old news report. The station in Kilkee was probably poorly positioned or set up. There could be numerous reasons why old readings like that get discarded.
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So with the weather that's in it at the moment I was wondering what the highest recorded temperature was in Ireland and found this ...33.3°C, sounds about right but what caught my eye was highest temperatures recorded in some of the colder months of the year. 18.5°C in January and 18.1°C in december!!
Is this possible, i must be reading something wrong. it just can't be right, can it?
There was a January day in 2008 that hit 18 degrees in parts of the west.
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