Rory Coomey tweetz:
Noah where is your Ark, Cork may need you.
Cork Stuff tweetz:
One hour to high tide. Concerned seagull looks on….
Earlier: Meanwhile, In Toronto
Grand Irish morning in Riyadh. Raining here since yesterday afternoon. Trade delegation feeling very much at home. pic.twitter.com/YCSkeC6Pnv
— Steven Carroll (@carrollste) January 6, 2014
It’s lashin’ in Saudi.
misognystic little country in the world in which to do business.
Nollaig na mban shona!
Shane Griffin writes:
First snow of the season. This could stick!!
Surfworld Bundoran writes:
“Big swell coming for Ireland’s western and NW sea board over the coming weekend and into next week. Here is a shot of Mullaghmore from last year [above] to wet your appetite. The Forecast for swell looks mental. A few normal days of good swell in store before all hell breaks loose …Tomorrow (Thursday) will be nice clean offshore 4 ft…. Friday 3-4 ft and offshore…. Saturday 4-5 ft and offshore…. Sunday will be in the 20-25 ft range [top], Monday 10-15 ft, Tuesday 10 ft, wind will be factor on the big days with WSW wind, but if you know where to go it will be absolutely pumping!”
Top pic: Magicseaweed
H/T: Aidan Ellis
The ring is caused by sunlight passing through ice crystals in the clouds and projecting elsewhere into the sky. And, at a certain angle (22 degrees), the halo appears.
Illustrated diagram here
(Sam Boal/Photocall Ireland)