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Spring Leaves On A High

 

Updated : Jun 3, 2009


We don’t like to dwell on it, but most like to highlight the fact the economic climate in Ireland at present is cloudy, dull and overcast. Here in VeryHappyPig, however we have chosen to look at the positives and literally the bright side, and highlight the meteorological climate was far from dull when it produced a record breaking Spring.

Spring ended in style with parts of the country basking in the highest May temperatures for up to 11 years, it was revealed yesterday.

Sun worshippers flocked to beaches over the bank holiday weekend to soak up the blistering heat, with Saturday Dublin’s sunniest day in May since the mid 1980s.

Average temperatures were above normal everywhere.

The highest temperature was recorded in Birr, Co Offaly on Sunday at 24.4°C, while the lowest was 0.3C in Claremorris, Co Mayo on May 10.

Some 15.2 hours of sunshine was measured at Dublin Airport on May 30 – its highest for May since 1985.


 

 

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