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Dublin: 3 °C Tuesday 12 November, 2019

#Clouds

From TheJournal.ie It's the first day of exams, but the sky is overcast (and the forecast isn't looking great) Leaving Cert Weather

It's the first day of exams, but the sky is overcast (and the forecast isn't looking great)

This date last year year saw highs of 25 degrees.

From TheJournal.ie These really unusual clouds have been appearing over Dublin today Alien Invasion

These really unusual clouds have been appearing over Dublin today

They’re not aliens, just in case you need to be told.

Daily Mail explains to its readers that the iCloud is not, in fact, an actual cloud

Wait a minute – it’s not a real cloud? Like in the sky?

From TheJournal.ie It'll feel a bit nippy this week as temperatures fall back BURRRRR

It'll feel a bit nippy this week as temperatures fall back

Gone are the days of the high twenties…

From TheJournal.ie This optical phenomenon was spotted in Dublin this morning HALO HALO HALO This post contains images

This optical phenomenon was spotted in Dublin this morning

Some may have thought it was a vision from above, but it’s actually called a ‘sun halo’.

This 17 year old died on Monday but what he left is inspirational Zach Sobiech This post contains videos

This 17 year old died on Monday but what he left is inspirational

It’s your morning cry, and it’ll make you think about how you’re living your life.

From TheJournal.ie PIC: The latest satellite image of cloud-covered Ireland Weather

PIC: The latest satellite image of cloud-covered Ireland

In good news, it looks like there’s a bright spot over Mayo…

Ominous-looking Cloud of the Day

Is it sunny? Is it rainy? Who knows…

The summer started with promising spells of sunshine in May and June, but Met Eireann have confirmed that July wasn’t to be.

Meteorologists have said July 2010 was the wettest July since 1950. Worse still, the forecast isn’t looking much better for this week.

The weather service also said that this is the fourth successive July when total rainfall was far in excess of normal rainfall.

Claremorris in Co Mayo was the wettest spot, recording 199mm – or over half of foot of rain. Almost a quarter of the total rainfall for Claremorris fell on just one day – July 10. Claremorris also recorded the coldest temperature for the month of July, just over six degrees on July 23.

Most weather stations around the country recorded between 15 and 21 wet days, the normal monthly average is between nine and 13.

Valentia Observatory in Co Kerry recorded only 85 hours of sunshine for the month making it one of the dullest July’s the area has seen since records began over a century ago.

But if you want sunshine you’ll have to head for Dublin airport, but you won’t have to head to the Canaries, Dublin airport say the highest monthly total of sunshine with 143 hours. The hottest place in the country was Oak Park, Co Carlow with a peak temperature of 24.2 degrees on July 26.