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06-03-2019, 19:24   #91
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March has began very very mixed in Dublin with changeable weather all around but not the worst in the world as there has been some lovely sunny interludes. Pales in comparison to the absolutely stunning Tuesday of last week though.

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06-03-2019, 23:57   #92
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Still pouring rain in Letterkenny, that area of rain over the north hasn't moved for a good 18 hours now, we're really paying for those few nice days at the end of last month
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07-03-2019, 07:42   #93
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Feeling really raw this morning in the wind.
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Lovley fresh morning in Limerick, sun shining , 4°c
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Wet and very breezy in meath this morning
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07-03-2019, 08:40   #96
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Fresh bright morning here quite a breeze there too but nice to see it bright. I would call or a very early spring morning which I suppose it is really.
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Still raining...
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A lovely bright start to the day in Castlebar.
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07-03-2019, 10:41   #99
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Really surprised at the height of the Rivers in Sligo. Garavogue was almost going over the weir in town last night and must be over it by now after the rain last night. Ballisodare River has considerably burst it's banks.

Last time I can genuinely remember the water being as high as that was 2009 and the terrible flooding. It'll be interesting to see the affect of the rain that's promised this weekend.
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07-03-2019, 10:48   #100
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Showery in cork city this morning.
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Very showery in the midlands. An awful lot of fields flooded now in south Laois off the M7 this morning.
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Heavy shower near Dublin 5.
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07-03-2019, 16:39   #103
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ARPEGE for the third run in a row showing a powerful storm moving inland from the W early Sunday.

It is the only model showing this. Unusual to see it locked on with very little variance over the last 3 runs and none of the others showing anything similar.

ECM will be interesting later.
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ARPEGE for the third run in a row showing a powerful storm moving inland from the W early Sunday.

It is the only model showing this. Unusual to see it locked on with very little variance over the last 3 runs and none of the others showing anything similar.

ECM will be interesting later.
I’m very interested to hear updates on this, I wouldn’t have a clue how to read a weather chart so am counting on those with the knowledge here to keep me up to date. Will we get a repeat of last Sunday??
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07-03-2019, 18:23   #105
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Irish stations' current March 2019 rainfall totals up to the 6th with their respective % of LTA (Oak Park at 97% of its average March rainfall already) along with each of their wettest Marches on record if available.



Data from Met Éireann.
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