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20-01-2013, 17:31   #1
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Snow Risk Western Ireland Jan 20-22

New thread for those interested in discussing conditions in the west at the moment. Currently in Clare it's overcast and cold with no precip yet.
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Fair play, nothing to report in Limerick ATM. Praying hard...
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New thread for those interested in discussing conditions in the west at the moment. Currently in Clare it's overcast and cold with no precip yet.
Does Cork count as the West? Light rain has begun to fall here.
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Looking forward to hearing snow reports from Cork,Kerry etc and it moving up the western seaboard.
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Any reports from Cork/Kerry yet with either rain or snow?
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Nothing in s. kerry yet,
Currently 2 degrees.
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Ballydesmond, NW Cork. Had very light snow earlier around 1pm. 1C atm
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Does Cork count as the West? Light rain has begun to fall here.
Are you in the city?
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Raining for the last hour or so in West Cork
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Are you in the city?
In the hills south of Douglas.
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nothing in sligo yet but it's starting to cloud over nicely, i assume we're still considered part of the west
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Hope the temp drops and you get something hire down there in west cork.
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If I say the 'D' word in here will it be like the Jehovah scene in the Life of Brian??

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nothing in sligo yet but it's starting to cloud over nicely, i assume we're still considered part of the west
Too right ye are.Bring on the sneachta!!
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dry and cold in cork city
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