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23 hours ago, itsnowjoke said:

February needs to be February and stop pretending it’s april or May

Hear hear to that!

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Well yesterday wasn‚Äôt as bad as I feared. The cloud¬†stayed away all day and¬†the on-shore wind didn‚Äôt knock¬†the temp¬†down much. Maximum temperature was 14.6¬įC. Last night it fell¬†to¬†2.9¬įC before the cloud and showery rain came in at dawn.¬†

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What do they say?

A false sense of security?

06Z Mon and Fri.

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Must admit - I've enjoyed the last weeks weather - long overdue.

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Amazing isn't it?  First day of meteorological  Spring tomorrow, and we've been catapulted right back to weather more typical of January.  7.9C at almost 3pm, the "warmest" part of the day, moderate rain and gloomy.  Only saving grace is lack of wind.

I really wish we had proper seasons again and in their right places. 

Edit: note to pedants, my observations are subjective, I post as I feel.

Edited by Wildswimmer Pete

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I prefer last year, as it was the first time since 2013 where the seasons felt like proper seasons.

Going back through the years though, I can’t remember too many years where the weather was fitting to the season. Even the 1980s had months that were colder and warmer than average. 1982 started off with the proper winter month, but February was fairly mild. The flip side of this would be summer of 1980, which was cold and damp in July, but the February of that year was fairly mild also. 

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06Z Sunday 21:00

The March winds doth Blow.

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Storm Freya on the way apparently 

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Thought most of the wind and rain was going to stay south on Sunday but of course it's now going to crank up a gear and give us a slap in the face.  Don't plan on any outdoor activities on Sunday....make sure you have an early start tomorrow.  Saturday afternoon, through Sunday...not good.

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Freya should do a good b**w job looking at the charts.

We do need the rain though as the ressies are still not full and that could be bad if spring is relatively dry.

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A bit windy out 

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Just a light breeze here. Probably sheltered in our valley

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Raining 

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Windy 

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Not much 

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No danger of this rain not getting far enough north.

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Raining well drizzle 

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Still drizzle here 

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Posted (edited)

Rain not heavy but persistent from mid morning onwards... very calm no wind... but should turn a bit breezy later on this evening.   Hopefully it will all clear through overnight and not linger tomorrow. 

Edited by dodgeredee

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When is this storm meant to hit 

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Most unstormy weather ever here at the moment. When is it suppose to hit?

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Yes same here

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A surprise snow event on the other side of the Irish sea.

C.S

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Whiteout conditions at Leopardstown 

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