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02-10-2013, 00:18   #1
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Heavy rain 2nd-3rd October (heaviest in Munster)

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02-10-2013, 11:46   #2
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Thanks for the heads up. It's nice and dry in Waterford at the minute. I wonder how much longer that will last?
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02-10-2013, 12:23   #3
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Heavens have opened here
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Had some very heavy rain around midnight with a few rumbles, and again at about 6.30am, giving around 8mm so far today. Combined with the 23mm yesterday, I've already recorded 3/4s of Septembers rainfall.
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Would this be valid to more inland locations ??... Hope it will miss Dingle
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Had some very heavy rain around midnight with a few rumbles, and again at about 6.30am, giving around 8mm so far today. Combined with the 23mm yesterday, I've already recorded 3/4s of Septembers rainfall.
How much for September?
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How much for September?
41.6mm
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I haven't seen the rain develop the way I thought it would this morning and afternoon. Nothing major over the country at the moment. Met Eireann were quit specific with a 50-60mm warning for 24 hour period starting at 06:00 this morning for some areas in Munster. I can't see that somehow.

There looks to be something more significant just west of Iberia that is being pulled up toward us, but will be several hours before it arrives
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Current NAE showing Leinster getting soaked! especially Wicklow Co
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Yup , should be Leinster and munster being the heaviest . Would expect the odd clap of thunder in places too...
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here's Simon Keeling's view. He has the bad weather for tomorrow. It looks nasty

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High pressure building after the rain. Our record for October is 25.2*C. Can it be beaten?
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03-10-2013, 12:09   #13
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According to Radar that large mass of Heavy Rain is Leinster Bound!
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03-10-2013, 12:17   #14
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Yeah, if that keeps up the east coast is going to have an extremely disrupted evening rush hour. OK, that's that jinxed!
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Yup , incomings...

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