The Weather Thread


#9272

Hailstorm hitting the wee county… @TreatyStones any forecasting for tomorrow?


#9273

For where?

It was a glorious evening in North mid west Limerick, yet 15 miles in the road there was thunder, lightning and hailstones.


#9274

Louth north border area


#9275

Cold, light rain, general misery.


#9276

Did teachers have to make these days up or did you try to seel the forum a bundle of lies?


#9277

More @Juhniallio lies.


#9278

@Juhniallio exposed


#9279

The cat must have got his tongue, not the first time he has been found out telling lies in attempt to download the soft life teachers have, nor will it be the last.


#9280

NK had his number.


#9281

What a winter of weather we had.

And to top it off the tans are drowning.


#9282

are you living in dire poverty?


#9283

Yep. That’s the way it is in border counties these days


#9284

What’s that big yellow thing in the sky with a bit of heat coming out of it?

80s playlist blasting in the car as well.
Happy days


#9285

It’s well into the second month of Autumn herr. Generally expect it to start getting a bit chilly, maybe getting up to 25 during the day.
It’s been hitting 33-35 every day, no rain, just been outside (nearly midnight) and there’s a very hot wind blowing. Never rains. Worrying times.


#9286

Christ. I wouldn’t like that now


#9287

Over-cast here in Cork south central but very muggy… The sweat was rolling off me walking Brady up the woods earlier.


#9288

I walked the dog this morning at 5.30
It was 26 degrees. It should be around 15 max.
Meanwhile the Australian government are debating whether to fund a new coal fired power station.


#9289

Is it clean coal though?


#9290

There is no such thing.


#9291

Ye selling coal to the Chinese is a primary driver of global warming. Ye deserve all ye get.
One of my best pals here is pretty much head of UK climate policy. She refuses to have kids, reckons fish to eat will be a rarity, and says countries will start to suffer badly and soon from global warning. By and large, she says, it won’t affect the wealthiest nations so they won’t care, except Australia. The only wealthy nation that will be badly hit.