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22-09-2011, 17:16   #1
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Risk of very warm and sunny weather next week

Looks like an Indian Summer is likely to begin from later Monday onward. Temperatures could soar for the time of year into the low twenties with lots of warm sunshine as winds go more South to Southeasterly.









Oh and watch out for them imported Thunderstorms from the Bay of Biscay too!



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22-09-2011, 18:02   #2
 
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Yayee Darkman! we can always count on you to cheer us up weather wise
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seeing is believing!
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Still a good bit off but would be nice to get one big blast of heat for a couple weeks before changing into an extreme cold set up, just skip any bland, wet, blah weather and go straight from extreme heat to extreme cold! I can hope...
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I thought there was a thread already about next week's Indian summer.
Why not have another I suppose?
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Word has it that Michael Gallagher said the weather will be good for the end of September.
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Dammit where's the snow!

Anyway we know how these threads go, several times this year it's looked like a settled spell was in the offing but sure as eggs is eggs the high pressure is always too far away to make a stand.
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I just watched the weather after the 6 O Clock news and at the end it had Monday showers with 14C and Tuesday showers with 15C.
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Risk of a slightly warm settled spell Give it to us straight darkman, were going to be killed aren't we?.... I knew it as soon as I saw the yellow triangle
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Risk of a slightly warm settled spell Give it to us straight darkman, were going to be killed aren't we?.... I knew it as soon as I saw the yellow triangle
I believe its the first sign of the apocalypse.
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I believe its the first sign of the apocalypse.
The yellow triangle?
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The Yellow Triangle, the forthcoming weather... we're all DOOMED!
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It's the calm sunny weather before the snowstorm, so to speak, ahem...! :-p
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The forecast looks fairly solid with high temperatures expected next week (low - mid 20's) and the risk of some thundery showers from the south later in the week. The Ensemble members are quite tight in the medium term so good confidence. Fingers crossed.
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The forecast looks fairly solid with high temperatures expected next week (low - mid 20's) and the risk of some thundery showers from the south later in the week. The Ensemble members are quite tight in the medium term so good confidence. Fingers crossed.
Maybe you should email that to Met Eireann as they are saying something different. From what I read elsewhere it will be gone by Wednesday.
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