The Weather Thread


#9372

The last 30-40 posts were awful, awful scutter.


#9373

Well, that was a nice summer.


#9374

#9375

:clap:

He said it right


#9377

It was practically sleeting in the peak district yesterday, cold wet and filthy. Had to sit on plastic bags in Costa coffee after so’s not to destroy the seats.


#9378

Snow due in Ireland this week.

cc @TreatyStones


#9379

It’s hard to fault the Peak District in any weather.


#9380

South peaks are lovely. Cycle up there every Sunday. The national parks are one of the better features of the UK.
Got snowed on on midsummer’s day up there once about three or four years ago.


#9381

Siobhán Ryan was showing a fine bit of cleavage on the forecast tonight, she hasn’t a bad set of knockers


#9382

What’s the story with the new “Rain and Isobars” caption which has been rolled out frequently recently? Tell us what the weather is going to be. If it is going to be rainy, windy, snowy. Nobody cares if the isobars are close together or not.


#9383

Ah you’d nearly settle in the one isobar if you had far to walk between them.

Last week’s sun was a bit of a tease. Four baskets of wood chopped this evening.


#9384

Glorious day in North Cork


#9385

It’s warm up north.


#9386

Unrale sunshine here in limerick


#9387

Grand day in the south west of Dublin City Centre as well.


#9388

The mother and father of all thunder storms banging away outside here. It’ll have the place driven demented. Never remember anything like this in Ireland before


#9389

Great entertainment though


#9390

Electricity gone here, there was a fair clattering of showers but I didn’t hear thunder and lightning.


#9391

Roasting here. Purple head weather.


#9392

Pissing rain now for the last 2 hours in the capital.