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Ncdjd2
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Alot cooler this morning. Looking at the grass around the place it looks like I won't have to cut it for weeks it's so burnt.
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Thundery looking start to the day here in the sunny south east - I won't be sorry to see a drop of rain.
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Raining here on and off since lunchtime on Saturday.
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According to BBC & RTÉ there’s a nice high pressure system developing over us for the next fortnight. Should be a nice dry warm spell ahead.
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You're welcome to it. :cry:

Our spell has gone on for well over a month now (35-ish °C most afternoons this week) and our maxxed out "critical" drought restrictions are proving insufficient. Further south, the dry spell is coming up on six months. There are over one hundred communes now without drinking water, and we're being warned that electricity will be the next thing to be rationed, as the nuclear power plants are shut down. For the first time in about fifty years, France is having to import electricity in the summer.
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CelticRambler wrote: Sat Aug 06, 2022 7:54 am You're welcome to it. :cry:

Our spell has gone on for well over a month now (35-ish °C most afternoons this week) and our maxxed out "critical" drought restrictions are proving insufficient. Further south, the dry spell is coming up on six months. There are over one hundred communes now without drinking water, and we're being warned that electricity will be the next thing to be rationed, as the nuclear power plants are shut down. For the first time in about fifty years, France is having to import electricity in the summer.
Sounds like you could do with Eammo Ryan out there for six months.
He will turn all those leccy railways to greenways, saving the valuable leccy, and getting you all on bikes. NO more smelly diesel cars as you will be all walking or cycling.
Not too sure whether he spreckes the lingo tho :D
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Beautiful warm, balmy day here in the NE coast. Blue skies, a gentle breeze, if you could visualize an Irish summers day from your youth, this would be it!
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