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This guy's series of photographs capture how erratic Ireland's weather truly is

MAKE UP YOUR MIND.

IRISH WEATHER IS changeable at the best of times.

Today, March 31st, exemplies that. There was wind, rain, sunshine, sleet – you name it.

Hemerson Macalão took out his camera today and decided to document the slightly erratic weather conditions.

It started with so much promise. Maybe you won’t need to bring an umbrella after all!

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Ah shite, you definitely should have brought the umbrella

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Oh hang on, maybe your instincts were correct!

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“Hahaha, don’t be stupid!” – nature

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*resigned sigh*

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*shakes fist at darkened skies and wonders who we offended to cause such misery*

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Okay, I take it back. You can be alright sometimes, Ireland.

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Is that…? No, it can’t be. No, wait. It is. It’s bloody sleet in March.

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¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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(h/t Hemerson Macalão for sending these our way)

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