Weather thread


#1972

When they were warning us all week about a storm coming I didn’t realise it was a political one …


#1973

Well there has been Hurricane Michael down in the southeast.


#1974

Yes. Wexford may never recover.


#1975

No. That’s Hurricane Davy!


#1976

Wexford got terrible floods a few years ago in November. Mate’s wedding had to be moved from flooded Hotel on the big day. They still let people stay there despite no electricity! We moved…


#1977

The one in Enniscorthy?


#1978

One of those yep. :shushing_face:


#1979

On the Slaney - the Riverside … always floods.


#1980

It was a worst in many years event.


#1981

Was talking about Florida.


#1982

To who?


#1983

When mentioning Hurricane Michael :wink:


#1984

Is that a Dylan song?


#1985

That hurricane was phenomenal, went from an ordinary tropical storm in the Gulf to a full on Florida Panhandle hit at touching Cat 5 strength in 4 days. Third strongest ever to hit the US mainland I think, and only major hurricane to ever hit that part of Florida.
Above average sea temperatures were a factor.


#1986

Don’t mind them Ohm! They are taking the piss.


#1987

Our shed door blew clean open.

Snowflake generation + nanny state = perfect storm.


#1988

At least another week of almost totally dry weather coming up. Drought still not really over so. Bit of frost early on and in a few days, otherwise mild.


#1989

Any long term view for Sunday week the 28th?
All those Resser’s running the Dublin marathon would be interested…


#1990

Way too far away for particulars of the weather in Dublin, but that said, looks like it will be dry, calm and warmish (for the time of year!)

EDIT: May not be that warm. Might be chilly being in the morning!


#1991

My little dog has been facing the same way when peeing in the back garden as she did last Autumn.
I solemly swear, we’re in for another fücking harsh winter followed by another glorious summer.