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30-07-2013, 19:38   #1
 
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Heavy rain from Tuesday Night to Thurdsay Night

I've classed this as moderate as it takes little to cause a flood in this country!

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Rain will spread steadily northwards to all parts tomorrow, Wednesday, turning heavy in places, with extensive hill and coastal fog forming. However, some dry intervals may develop in inland parts of the south later. Winds will be light to moderate, easterly for a time, but it will become breezy everywhere by the end of the day, with moderate to fresh southerly winds developing. Very mild and humid; highest temperatures 17 to 21 degrees Celsius.

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Wednesday night will be wet and windy with widespread rain. A very mild and close night with lows of 13 to 17 degrees.



Thursday will be a very wet day with heavy falls of rain for much of the country. The rain will lead to localised flooding and will last throughout the day. It will gradually clear away to the east overnight on Thursday. Highs of 18 to 21 degrees are expected and it will remain mild overnight with lows of 12 to 14 degrees.
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30-07-2013, 20:38   #2
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Awww crap. Not looking good for my trip out to the Skelligs on Thursday then

Back (vaguely) on topic, I'm a sailor, and love reading these forecast and weather threads - there's an awful lot of knowledge out there, thanks for sharing it
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Yeah - all tonights models suggest that the first half of August is looking a bit rubbish
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Yeah - all tonights models suggest that the first half of August is looking a bit rubbish
Just as ken ring said it would, he said second half would be dry
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Moderate eh..more like a normal wet day! Spot flooding in some places tomorrow, as there has been all week tbh
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Just as ken ring said it would, he said second half would be dry
Just don't.
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Moderate eh..more like a normal wet day! Spot flooding in some places tomorrow, as there has been all week tbh
Time will tell. There is certainly the potential for more widespread flooding than in previous days. Met.ie have a yellow alert too. Just have a look at what's sweeping into munster at the moment
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Time will tell. There is certainly the potential for more widespread flooding than in previous days. Met.ie have a yellow alert too. Just have a look at what's sweeping into munster at the moment
Heavy persistant rain now for past 30 minutes in Cork
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16.5mm since Midnight, Max Rainfall Rate of 33.0mm/hr
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Been raining in Castlebar since 9, does not look like it is gonna stop at all today
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Heavy persistant rain now for past 30 minutes in Cork
Didnt last more than an hour ! , dry now and brightening up
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Raining steadily in Galway city for the last 90 mins
11.2 mm since midnight
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Waterford weather says 17.7 mm since midnight.
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Waterford weather says 17.7 mm since midnight.
14.2mm 60 miles to the north since midnight.
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