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Windchime72

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  1. I live in western Ireland and we have had a cold winter since mid November with a couple of short milder interludes. Weve had the kitchen sink here, snow, sleet, hail, thunder snow, thunder hail, thunder and lightening, gales, storm force winds, many frosty and icy mornings, evenings, and some ice days. Flooding was also an issue. Temperatures around 0 to 4 degrees by day and -2 to 1 by night in average. Best mild spell was the run up ri xmas which was great for xmas shoppers. Was a very entertaining winter, quite cold was the default weather, with very cold spells and 2 mild spells.
  2. according to NASA, October 2018 to August 2019 there will be no sunspots, thats a long run and only getting started...did you know 2009 had 260 sun spotless days, no wonder we had such a cold winter...
  3. according to NASA, October 2018 to August 2019 there will be no sunspots, thats a long run and only getting started...did you know 2009 had 260 sun spotless days, no wonder we had such a cold winter...
  4. Wxforum.net theres plenty if help on that site, seems to be replacements alright, just type in google search engine, it came up for me ok...
  5. Is the cover on properly on your weather sensor? Is your weather sensor near anything that produces heat? like an outside boiler...
  6. Hi Darren, take the batteries out of your sensor and weather monitor for 24 hours, that will allow the device to reset to factory default...hope this helps.
  7. @Gray-Wolf was it an atmospheric river we received in December 2015? If memory serves me well, didnt we get 3 days of non stop rain dragged up from a moist jet stream... Winter of 2013/14 was incredible for storms being picked up on a powerful jet stream from new foundland, i remember the flooding being bad that winter...
  8. The wind has calmed down here somewhat but still gust stormforce in showers...between 16:30 to 18:30 the winds were violent...a real short sharp shock to come for you folk in Britain, stay safe...
  9. wow pretty bad it seems and Salthill getting hit hard as ever and some people leaving their vehicles in precarious places to the mercy of mother nature...
  10. Im not sure where that is but im hearing Galway coast receiving coastal flooding due to high tides and hurricane force gusts...
  11. Hi I live in Western Ireland and Eleanor is really packing a punch...just lost my side gate, it was totally split in two...lights flickering now...
  12. Happy new year everyone! Hope its a white and snowy one...
  13. Merry Christmas everyone. Thankyou for this wonderful weather forum, couldnt be without it. Best wishes for 2018!
  14. cold, snow cover of 3 inches. Outside temp 1.5c. Outside humidity 90%. Overcast but clearance emerging from the north.
  15. Snowed all night here in west Galway, around 3 inches ob ground, fields, etc: looks very seasonal and christmassy. A clearance now moving in from the north...its gonna be bitter tonight...
  16. Snowed all night in county Galway, received around 3 inches of snow...
  17. Snow in Saudi Arabia yesterday, snow in Tasmania too, in the first week of their summer...lol
  18. cool, part cloudy, calm. Outside temp 6.5c. Outside humidity 94%. Overnight min 5.2c.
  19. Sorry mate, im on a hand set too...im sure someone on the forum could help you.
  20. It could C, and the 60's winters were cold. The Icelanders would have to be on guard for polar bears...lol
  21. That's impressive and hence why there was much more cold winter weather around in those decades. It's quite obvious that the ice has retreated in our era due to the warming of our planet, hence why its more difficult to pull in colder weather to our area and even when we do the elements are greatly modified...
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