Sunday, 22 September 2013

Autumnal Equinox


Sunday 22 September 2013

today's weatherToday's Weather
Another warm and humid day today with the weather varying across the country from sunny skies to patches of cloud, fog or drizzle.
Highest temperatures ranging from 17 to 24 degrees.
Tonight's Weather 
Mild, close and humid overnight with patches of mist, fog and drizzle.
Temperatures not falling below 12 to 16 degrees.
today's weatherTomorrow
Monday:
Mist, fog and drizzle will clear all but some coastal and hilly areas tomorrow morning with warm sunny spells developing generally.
A very warm and humid day with highs of 18 to 25 degrees.
3 Day Outlook
Mild or warm at first, but fresher later and turning more changeable also.
Monday Night: Mild and misty overnight with patches of fog. Lowest temperatures of 11 to 14 C.
Tuesday: Warm and humid on Tuesday, dry in many areas with some hazy sunshine, but some showers will break out over parts of Munster and Connacht in the afternoon and evening and some coastal fog is likely. Warm with afternoon highs of 18 to 21 C., highest over parts of Leinster and south Ulster. Humid and misty overnight with fig and showers becoming widespread and heavy and possibly thundery in places. Lowest temperatures of 12 to 14 C.

6 comments:

  1. Ah yes, we really are into the season of mists and yellow fruitfulness now - sad but unavoidable. Lovely day here in the Dales today.

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    1. I rather like this time of the year even though the trees are displaying their dying colours. Today especially good with the temperature warm enough for Mrs H to breakfast on the patio.
      This afternoon the druids are coming to do a ritual in the stone circle and afterwards we shall have a feast.

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  2. Very warm and humid in Devon, the temperature last night was a very warm 18 degrees. The Autumn Equinox is being celebrated over here too-at Stonehenge and I'm sure many other places. Enjoy your feast.

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    1. Ritual over and we are now chilling out..... :)

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  3. It's been much the same here, Mel: warm, humid, but pleasant all the same. I'm glad you are chilling out after your feast :)

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    1. Thanks Val, I doubt if many folk know just how exhausting ritual & feasts can be all that talking, eating and imbibing !!!

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