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  1. DOdo

    Winter 2018/19

    Met Eireann have launched their Be Winter Ready Campaign. Evelyn Cusack who is head forecaster in Met Eireann has said that this forth coming winter will see a lot of Snow, She went into Climate Science part ie Carbon Dioxide in the Atmosphere etc. Met Eireamm dont usually come out with a winter forecst like this, Normally They are reserved as in " Usual Irish Winters, Frost Storms and Snow on top of the mountain top"s. Since they started this campaign in 2011 I have never heard of them forecasring plenty of snow this early, There is great co-opertaion with the Britisn Met Office and Met Eireann. I really think there is something in what there are forecasting. time will only tell
  2. Hopefully he is right. Well onwards and upwards
  3. We had -2 degrees overnight, Cant ever rember having those low temperatures ever at this early stage
  4. DOdo

    Winter 2018/19

    2017/2018 November Cool, December Cold and Snowy, January First part mild second part Cold and Snowy. First part February average second part Bitterly cold and snowy
  5. Clear and Frosty 1 degree Celsius. Heavy Hail Showeres earlier
  6. Couldn't agree more, Saw enough snow to last me till next winter Roll on Spring!!!!!
  7. 10/10 - Blizzard was very intense 1 ft -3ft of snow depending on which part of the East Coast of Ireland you lived
  8. Just been out for a walk my exacts thoughts. Hopefulyy there will be no fatalities
  9. Parts of the East Coast could get a Metre of Snow!!
  10. You will get heavy falls of snow, Enjoy!!
  11. National Forecast 01 March 2018 14:48Today Staying bitterly cold and very windy with heavy snow showers and sub zero temperatures in most places with strong easterly winds adding a significant wind chill. Blizzard conditions with heavier and more continuous snow will move into southern areas this evening. TonightBlizzards will extend through Munster and Leinster tonight with heavy snow accumulating widely and extremely hazardous conditions. Scattered thunderstorm also. Snowfall will be more showery over Ulster and Connacht, but there will still be heavy falls here also. Icy with temperatures as low as minus 4 degrees Celsius and strong to gale force northeast winds. TomorrowTomorrow Friday will stay bitterly cold and windy with further snow accumulating, but drier periods at times in northern and northwestern counties. Snow may turn to rain for a time near southern coasts as the day goes on. Strong northeast winds with severe gusts. Highest temperatures -1 to +3 degrees. Risk of some coastal flooding along some southern and eastern coasts through today and tomorrow Still Heavy Snowfall in Northern Areas although Showery - No downgrade in that