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03-03-2021, 14:11   #61
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Cold and calm. The only upside. No rain.
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03-03-2021, 17:59   #62
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Such a disappointing day in south Mayo
So cold
Heating and stove back on
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Max of just 5°c in West Clare today, stayed hazy throughout. Falling again this evening.

A strange day, but good for a walk if you wrap up, nice and calm.
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That has to be the fastest spring/summer/autumn ever. Not a bad start to winter, when do we expect the first snow? Asking for a friend.
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Second grey, cool day in a row in Dublin. Not enjoying it. The only good thing is it’s not raining. Fierce depressing weather though.
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Second grey, cool day in a row in Dublin. Not enjoying it. The only good thing is it’s not raining. Fierce depressing weather though.
this is very similar to the grey cool crap we had in August when the rest of Europe and the UK were sweltering in a heatwave. Hopefully we won't have a repeat of this again in the summer when high pressures should bring sunny and warm weather. At least the weather is dry for now.
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That has to be the fastest spring/summer/autumn ever. Not a bad start to winter, when do we expect the first snow? Asking for a friend.
I’ll be honest
I’d rather get our summer during the summer this year rather than March like we did last year
We have nowhere to go now anyways :@
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I heard it said locally that Monday was our summer this year, and it was said only half in jest.
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I’m quite content to have cool weather in March given the mundane day length.

Warm and sunny weather should be in June etc.

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03-03-2021, 21:39   #70
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Alot of you that are currently unhappy might be pleased by around mid month. In the meantime things will be shaken up through the weekend. Some high ground in the north might even see some snow in the cold zonal set up next week
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Alot of you that are currently unhappy might be pleased by around mid month. In the meantime things will be shaken up through the weekend. Some high ground in the north might even see some snow in the cold zonal set up next week
Was looking at that Nacho ,wintry hill / mountain showers possible next week, colder air from the W and NW at times, a couple of windy days and plenty of frontal rain bands . Rain holding off more now well into Sunday for most it would seem which is a good thing. Only 0.6mm in 7 days here near Tralee.

Very tempted to do a bit of outdoor plastering tomorrow , I think the frost should hold off here tomorrow night. Fingers crossed.
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Would be nice to see one last covering to send the winter off.
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this is very similar to the grey cool crap we had in August when the rest of Europe and the UK were sweltering in a heatwave. Hopefully we won't have a repeat of this again in the summer when high pressures should bring sunny and warm weather. At least the weather is dry for now.
Haha you really can't get over last summer can you.
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I thought last summer was quite good. We had 35-40 days of 20c+ here.

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Remember those people who said winter is over? Nah, it’s not!

We have had a few flurries here above 250 metres this morning, hills above 400 metres have a slight dusting! Never underestimate the Northern Ulster hills to produce snow!

As the saying goes never cast yer clout until May is oot.

The snow is not gone yet, mark my words!



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