Thursday October 1, 2020

The truth about the Irish weather

The EU referendum takes place tomorrow but most conversations this week have started with the news of the visit to Irish skies of the sun. Met Eireann has produced new 30 year averages.

30th May, 2012
Flooding in Dublin: many people believe Ireland is getting wetter. They are right.

Two important events are taking place in Ireland this week but arguably only one has dominated conversations. The EU referendum takes place tomorrow but most conversations this week have started with the news of the visit to Irish skies of the sun.

With extremely wet conditions followed quickly by nice warm summer days, the weather has, even more than ever, been the main topic of Ireland’s casual discourse. It is timely then that Met Eireann...

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