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02-09-2019, 14:24   #31
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A very gusty day Castlebar coupled with some heavy showers, feeling quite cool again today.
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02-09-2019, 17:22   #32
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Same here, cleared now, cloudy and very breezy
rain cleared about an hour ago but we've had a very heavy shower since, and it's feeling fairly chilly. I wasn't expecting today to be quite so wet.
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02-09-2019, 17:56   #33
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rain cleared about an hour ago but we've had a very heavy shower since, and it's feeling fairly chilly. I wasn't expecting today to be quite so wet.
No rain here since my reply but yeah feels a bit chilly, not as much as i felt it earlier but my time in shorts seems to be definitely coming to an end
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02-09-2019, 19:35   #34
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Awful day in Letterkenny as usual with heavy misty drizzle blowing sideways all day, hasn't stopped for even a minute since this morning
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02-09-2019, 20:40   #35
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I always wonder is north Dublin classified as being in the northern half of Ireland but it must be for this forecast as we've had 2.0mm of rain in the last hour and it's still raining. It's 14.6C now. There was a high of 16.4C before the rain.
Ha ha I agree. I put washing out day as it said it would be mainly dry in Dublin area. When I got home clothes were wetter than when I put them out due to rain!

They were also way off for weekend but not complaining as thankfully it was nicer than they predicted.

I mean they are based in North Dublin. Do they never look out the window + change the forecast!
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Lovely red sky this evening in Dublin after a crap day with drizzle or light rain.
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03-09-2019, 08:13   #37
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How could it be improved in your opinion, what information is missing?
Accuracy.
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Overcast cool damp morning here. The old weather is always good when the kids go back to school chestnut has been banished for another year!
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Overcast cool damp morning here. The old weather is always good when the kids go back to school chestnut has been banished for another year!
This year certainly didn't provide for the traditional leaving/junior cert in June and now the back to school week in September. Summer certainly felt short this year with warm temperatures from final days of June to mid August. We will probably be back lighting fires very soon.
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warm sunshine and 21c ...... as good as any day this summer.

21.3c and cloudy, IF only the sun stayed out a 24 or 25 could easily be achieved but as usual our climate is always about 'if only'.

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warm sunshine and 21c ...... as good as any day this summer.

21.3c and cloudy, IF only the sun stayed out a 24 or 25 could easily be achieved but as usual our climate is always about 'if only'.
fairly decent here at Dunshaughlin too, but not as warm, temperature currently 19C.
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It's turned very wet in Castlebar after a mild overcast morning.
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Wow! I left for work from Drogheda in a coat for the first time , arrived in Dublin 9am and it was warmer, came out for my lunch and sun is shining and its really warm, everyone sitting out in Stephens Green ! Beautiful day!
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Beautiful day in Arklow, sunny, breezy
Currently 21.2c
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3pm

Phoenix park a warm 22 degrees
Claremorris a miserable 16 degrees
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