The Weather Thread part 2


#262

Grand stretch there lads
Bright at half 4


#263

Great to see it, might cut the lawn tomorrow.


#264

I’m also doing this… is your walk an organised affair?


#265

ad hoc I imagine.


#266

You can bate your wife and bate your dog but you cant bate the stretch in the evenings.

I haven’t heard too many lawnmowers yet @carryharry. There is some small growth there allright. More weeds then grass unfortunately


#267

I’ll only give it a light trim now, the harsh weather wouldn’t suit taking a decent skelp off it.


#268

Well organised as in myself and a few friends organised it, bro.


#269

:face_with_raised_eyebrow:


#270

Only a bit of drizzle here and there and the temperature barely gone below 6 degrees, I’d say the grass hasn’t stopped growing yet this winter. The cattle are full of divilment. That’ll probably be the next farming crisis actually, the divilment crisis of '19.


#271

With the water table so low with the consistently mild weather we’re really wide open for a spectacular drought in the coming summer if we get through the next couple of months without much heavy rain and if we get a similar summer to last.


#272

We need to back to disposable coffee cups asap!


#273

Where is that info available?
I can’t believe the water table is low. Not here in Limerick anyway.


#274

Yep I sure agree with that. We haven’t had proper rain in 8 years.


#275

My weather forecaster informs me we will be hit with an artic blast starting Friday week and set to last 10 to 12 days. Temperatures won’t go above zero and there’ll be lots of snow.


#276

Is it expensive keeping a weather forecaster?


#277

What about the weather though? :grinning:


#278

The mildness has officially been upgraded to “fierce”


#279

It was touch and go there for a minute.


#280

Looks like 10-12 weeks now.


#281

Mildest winter that I can remember lads, like Spring out there today.

cc @Jonsnow