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******* COLDEST DECEMBER IN IRELAND EVER RECORDED ********

 
Anonymous Coward
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12/17/2010 12:18 PM
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******* COLDEST DECEMBER IN IRELAND EVER RECORDED ********
What really pisses me off is the establishment wanker quoted in this aricle Gerald Fleming, is essnetially the Al Gore of Ireland. He has spent the last 10 years saying that science has proven beyond a showed of doubt that Ireland will be having "balmy wintere" starting around 2007.


[link to uk.news.yahoo.com]


December likely to be coldest ever

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The north and west have borne the brunt of the latest wintry conditions, but snow is to expected to spread across the country with up to 10cm possible in northern parts.

Road chiefs claimed salt supplies are being used to keep national roads open, but they admitted concerns among local authorities about regional and back routes.

Dublin City Council said water restrictions would remain in place but vowed to have a full supply over Christmas week.

Met Eireann forecaster Gerald Fleming said the latest cold snap could make December 2010 a record breaker.

"It's certainly looking that this December, in terms of our records in Met Eireann, could well turn out to be the coldest December on record, it's heading in that direction," he said.

Temperatures plummeted as low as minus 4C on Thursday night with snow hitting counties across Northern Ireland as well as Donegal, Mayo and Galway before spreading inland to Longford, Cavan, Roscommon and Offaly.

Mr Fleming said showers will affect all areas and particularly the east coast over the weekend as the weather front moves out to the Irish Sea.

He could not say which areas will be the worst hit, but predicted the early days of next week would likely be dry but cold.

He said temperatures may begin to gradually rise on Wednesday or Thursday, but admitted the second big freeze of the winter could continue into Christmas week.
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12/17/2010 12:20 PM
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Re: ******* COLDEST DECEMBER IN IRELAND EVER RECORDED ********
a lot of people having trouble buying home heating oil as they lost their jobs due to the biggest economic crash in Ireland's history


Gee, amazing how all this stuff happens at the same time...
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12/17/2010 12:21 PM
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Re: ******* COLDEST DECEMBER IN IRELAND EVER RECORDED ********
Same over here in holland, traffic is stuck, lol !
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12/17/2010 12:21 PM

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Re: ******* COLDEST DECEMBER IN IRELAND EVER RECORDED ********
Potato famine II coming right up.
Pearl Harbor was an inside job.
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12/17/2010 12:26 PM
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Re: ******* COLDEST DECEMBER IN IRELAND EVER RECORDED ********
northern/western Europe will get a proper winter this year.

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