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09-09-2019, 17:44   #31
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Whats the highest ever Sept temperature? Think it was 26c in Pheonix Park a few years ago but is that the record?

Certainly 20 plus on the cards....even in Sligo...eventually prob after the rest of country has it 3 days.
29.1c in Kildare on 1 Sep 1906.
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29.1c in Kildare on 1 Sep 1906.
Very impressive for Ireland!
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Min recorded on the 8th is 4.4°C recorded in Moorepark Co. Cork. There is potential for Max to be recorded next weekend or into next week. Potential for the warmest weather ever for the ploughing in Co. Carlow next week.
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Therell be drizzle in the Northwest go there
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Min 2.9c Mullingar now poss lower Mt Dillon
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Min 2.9c Mullingar now poss lower Mt Dillon
Carlow Weather got 1.8c this morning.
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Min 2.9c Mullingar now poss lower Mt Dillon
Sorry but after looking up met.ie I see Mullingar had a low of 7.8°C I cannot see the 2.9°C on the 12th so can’t confirm it.
I can now confirm 3.6°C for Mt. Dillon yesterday. But at the time of posting there are temperature figures missing on the yesterday's weather page from inland stations. So there could be a lower temperature when met.ie post up the results.
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Sorry but after looking up met.ie I see Mullingar had a low of 7.8°C I cannot see the 2.9°C on the 12th so can’t confirm it.
I can now confirm 3.6°C for Mt. Dillon yesterday. But at the time of posting there are temperature figures missing on the yesterday's weather page from inland stations. So there could be a lower temperature when met.ie post up the results.
It shows 2.9c now at Mullingar from yesterday.
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After two weeks ...

IMT on 13.1 C. The second week averaged 12.7 which is 1.0 deg below normal for that period (8th-14th).

MAX appears to be 21.8 yesterday at Oak Park.

MIN is 2.9 from Mullingar on 13th.

PRC is now 65% of normal, the second week average was 76% and once again quite dry in the south to rather wet in the north.

SUN is now at 109% with this past week rather sunny, 126% of normal (755/600).
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Min now 2.0°C recorded at Mt Dillon on the 17th.
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