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01-10-2019, 05:03   #811
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Wild, wuthering winds … song of the ocean loud and strong. A melody since the beginning of time. Strong beyond our powers. Restful is that once we accept it and lean into it. Work with it and within it.

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01-10-2019, 08:15   #812
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Heavy showers during the night in cork city but has finally dried up and is mostly cloudy now with a hint of blue sky. Better then yesterday’s washout
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Cloudy, cool, breezy and thankfully dry in Meath this morning, finished up with close to 40mm of rain yesterday
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01-10-2019, 08:39   #814
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Damp and murky in Limk City this am. We had 23.6 mm totals yesterday. Wettest day for a long time.
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01-10-2019, 10:24   #815
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Weather forecast for today and the actual reality of today quite at odds. Mixed skies at dawn, now sunny.
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01-10-2019, 10:51   #816
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Very windy in coastal Dublin the last few hours.

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Wind 27 kt from the North with gusts up to 39 kt
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01-10-2019, 10:56   #817
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Weather forecast for today and the actual reality of today quite at odds. Mixed skies at dawn, now sunny.
Yup I've put the washing out on the line
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01-10-2019, 11:18   #818
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Sneaky snarky wind chill out there. Trying to persuade the fire to light... shivers...occasional showers.. Nothing drastic ..

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01-10-2019, 11:44   #819
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Absolutely rotten in Castleknock.


Looking out at sheets of rain going near horizontal past the window and the trees being absolutely battered by wind.



Seems to be increasing steadily over the last few hours.


Dreading what it will be like going home later if it keeps up, it wasn't much better leaving the house in North Kildare this morning either.
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01-10-2019, 12:13   #820
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another wet and miserable day here at Dunshaughlin, it's been raining close to 24 hours now.

now the September monthly rainfall totals for Dunsany are in..... I was expecting it to beat March 2019 making September the second wettest month of the year. We certainly beat March, we have also beaten August, making September 2019 the wettest month of 2019 so far.

September 2019 - 125mm
August 2019 - 123.9mm
March 2019 - 109.4mm

Over 100mm of rain has fallen here over the past week, making this week propably the wettest week in several years perhaps.
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another wet and miserable day here at Dunshaughlin, it's been raining close to 24 hours now.

now the September monthly rainfall totals for Dunsany are in..... I was expecting it to beat March 2019 making September the second wettest month of the year. We certainly beat March, we have also beaten August, making September 2019 the wettest month of 2019 so far.

September 2019 - 125mm
August 2019 - 123.9mm
March 2019 - 109.4mm

Over 100mm of rain has fallen here over the past week, making this week propably the wettest week in several years perhaps.
86.7 mm here in Arklow for the entire September
46 of that on Saturday and Monday
Currently dry with some sunshine
Getting cloudier though
Very windy
Clothes out on line are almost dry already
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86.7 mm here in Arklow for the entire September
46 of that on Saturday and Monday
Currently dry with some sunshine
Getting cloudier though
Very windy
Clothes out on line are almost dry already
We really need a week or more of dry weather at this stage, my garden is like a swamp and there is still surface water in my driveway since last Saturday!

Tomorrow looks like a dry and sunny day but it won't be nearly enough to even begin drying the place.
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01-10-2019, 12:29   #823
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Absolutely rotten in Castleknock.


Looking out at sheets of rain going near horizontal past the window and the trees being absolutely battered by wind.



Seems to be increasing steadily over the last few hours.


Dreading what it will be like going home later if it keeps up, it wasn't much better leaving the house in North Kildare this morning either.
Funnily enough, the ECM model is showing wind gusts of 100kph or more around lunchtime today in coastal north Dublin and to a slightly lesser extent in east Meath. I don't recall any mention of this on this thread. I also don't know if it will be accurate as it seems to be both a bit of an oddity and also rather localised.

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Feels like the tail end of a hurricane already here in east Wicklow! Some very strong gusts and raining steadily.
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Salthill galway 01/10/19 temperature 11°C
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