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06-10-2019, 18:56   #61
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Beautiful Day Meath.
Boo the forecast for this week, lots of H2O eek
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07-10-2019, 06:14   #62
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Windy and damp start to the week in Dublin 16. 13.2c atm.
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07-10-2019, 07:27   #63
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Rain has passed phew. Meath. Breezy.
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07-10-2019, 09:49   #64
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Starting to brighten up in Arklow
Drizzle currently
7.4mm since midnight
14.6c atm
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07-10-2019, 13:44   #65
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Sunny Spells, Turning a little breezy. Temp a mild 16.9c, Rain 23.4mm

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07-10-2019, 14:29   #66
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Partly cloudy.

Current data for Mayo/Roscommon boundary (inaccurate)
7 Oct 2019 14:29:03

Temperature (°C):
Current 17,1
Trend (per hour) +0,8
Average today 12,7
Wind chill 17,1
Heat Index 17,1
Dew Point 15,5
Rel Humidity 90%

Wind (km/h):
Current Gust 0,0 ---
Average Speed 0,0 ---

Rainfall (mm):
Current rate 0,0
Last hour 0,0
Total today 13,3
Total yesterday 4,9
Total this month 99,4
Total this year 1616,8

Pressure (hPa):
Current 996,0
Trend (per hour) -0,1

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07-10-2019, 15:29   #67
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After a mostly cloudy morning, some nice sunshine now in Dublin 16. Feeling mild. 17.2c atm.
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07-10-2019, 16:44   #68
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Mild and mostly sunny evening in Kildare. Really nice.

9mm in the gauge
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07-10-2019, 20:52   #69
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Decent day in Dublin 16 after early morning rain cleared. High of 17.3c. 12.7c atm.
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Felt lovely and mild today
High of 17.8c
Currently 11c in Arklow
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08-10-2019, 09:56   #71
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Beautiful Day Meath.
Boo the forecast for this week, lots of H2O eek
Beautiful morning Dublin 2. Cool with blue skies. So far so good haven't seen rain since Saturday. Nice break from it.
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08-10-2019, 11:59   #72
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Sunny Spells, Temp 13.7c

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08-10-2019, 13:13   #73
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very windy SW donegal 54kmh gusts at finner, malin head 83kmh
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08-10-2019, 13:31   #74
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Looking at the rain month to date in different stations and something that caught my eye:

Galway (Athenry) has had more rain YTD than all of 2018, or all of 2016.
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Looking at the rain month to date in different stations and something that caught my eye:

Galway (Athenry) has had more rain YTD than all of 2018, or all of 2016.
First time contributing here - I actually started to monitor the rainfall in August for Athenry after it seemed halfway through the month that it hadn't stopped raining - my location is very close by so it would be my local weather station. There was more rain in August 2019 than in any month since 2016 - that's just where the rainfall data started. And I can attest to it - there were very few days with no rain at all, and a lot of days with proper deluges for long periods. The anomaly is that the amounts were quite a lot worse than the next wettest station - Athenry had 297.3mm. Claremorris was next (I think) with 228.1mm.

To not be too off-topic - it's currently very blustery here (just outside Athenry) and has been all morning. Judging by the movement of the trees it seems south westerly. There was one pretty bad shower with it earlier on that lasted around 10 mins but other than that it's been dry enough. Sky does look full of rain though!
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