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01-09-2020, 21:45   #16
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Welcome Autumn 2020!

With the amount of rain we had in summer 2020 some dry, sunny weather even if chilly would be very much appreciated.

Don't let us down like Summer 2020 did!
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01-09-2020, 21:50   #17
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Welcome Autumn 2020!

With the amount of rain we had in summer 2020 some dry, sunny weather even if chilly would be very much appreciated.

Don't let us down like Summer 2020 did!
I've a feeling it will be a fairly standard Autumn with maybe one or two dry spells and average rainfall, hopefully nothing like last year's endless deluges.
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I've a feeling it will be a fairly standard Autumn with maybe one or two dry spells and average rainfall, hopefully nothing like last year's endless deluges.

If its like last year we are snookered. The ground is saturated. The amount of rain we had in summer was unreal. Surely we are due a dry spell? Although silly me this is Ireland so I should never presume such a thing.
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If its like last year we are snookered. The ground is saturated. The amount of rain we had in summer was unreal. Surely we are due a dry spell? Although silly me this is Ireland so I should never presume such a thing.
after tomorrows rain things won't be too bad in terms of rainfall, mostly showers and some areas could stay dry completely. There is a fair bit of ridging in FI, the possibility of high pressure next week and then another ridge possible the week after. However just about every ridge or high pressure has gone pear shaped since June so we shall see.
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after tomorrows rain things won't be too bad in terms of rainfall, mostly showers and some areas could stay dry completely. There is a fair bit of ridging in FI, the possibility of high pressure next week and then another ridge possible the week after. However just about every ridge or high pressure has gone pear shaped since June so we shall see.
Here's hoping
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Rain during the night woke me up. Absolutely pouring down this morning.
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Ah yea we are definitely due a dry spell says me.


Pour out of heavens here in NCD. Ffs!
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Spells of heavy rain here in Castlebar with surface flooding
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Isn’t the weather “always good” when the kids go back to school?
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That's some rain falling in Dublin City centre....no wind but the rain is incessant
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serious floods on the roads this morning.
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Close to 35 mm of rain in Castlebar since midnight.
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That's some rain falling in Dublin City centre....no wind but the rain is incessant
Agree - watching the water build up quickly as it flows off the grass onto my ground floor balcony. Looking at the radar it should die down in a few hours.
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Isn’t the weather “always good” when the kids go back to school?
Apparently not this year
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horrible horrible miserable blughy, crappo ughhhh weather in Meath this morning! rain rain go away, come back on anoth....no just fcuk off until 2021 please, on less you present yourself as snow, that would be ok....
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