Take that, Spanish gangland paradise.
Thanks Gary Byrne
John Gallen writes:
Here’s the weather from [Electric Picnic in] Stradbally [Co Laois] this morning: it’s cool, the wind is but a zephyr, it’s grey and intermittently comes with a light drizzle… and the time is 8.45.
Previously: If You Go Down To The Woods Today
Alan O’Regan writes:
He/she must be roasting today.
Meanwhile, Met Éireann writes:
Today will be very warm and mostly sunny. This evening, heavy or thundery showers will develop in parts of north Connacht and west Ulster. Cloud will increase near the south coast with some showery rain developing by nightfall. Highest temperatures of 24 to 29 degrees, warmest in the midlands and Connacht.
Laoise, one of my colleagues here in d’office is away to Body and Soul [Ballinlough Castle, Co. Westmeath].this weekend. Her Dad is a retired meteorologist and a bit of a legend, so he put together a body and soul-specific weather forecast (above)…
Yesterday: Going To Body & Soul?
Damn Smarch weather. Freak hailstorm in Cork this afternoon. Brrrrr.
Meanwhile, also in Cork…
Damien Mulley tweetz:
Some line of hailstones/slush…
A heavy shower of hailstones has led to a number of road crashes in Co Cork, including one involving 14 cars. Injuries described as minor.
— RTÉ News (@rtenews) March 29, 2016
Ratoath, County Meath this morning.
Thanks James Carr
The 1st snow of the Spring today “If spring comes can #winter be far behind?”
Snow in Finglas [Dublin], cold & wet arses for motorbikers
Blanchardstown [Dublin] this morning.
Lucan, County Dublin, this morning.
John Davis writes
a before and after
Templeogue, Dublin 6w
Thanks Alan Ball
Jeannie Frampton writes:
Naas, County Kildare 9.15am
M7 between Newbridge and Naas [Co Kildare] this morning.
Snow in your area to Broadsheet@Broadsheet.ie marked “snow”