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Although it was lovely to bask in the glorious and seemingly endless sun shine of early summer this year, the rain that we’ve had was well overdue and now we need more of it!
It is an idea that could one day help save billions of litres of water. Instead of simply wiping raindrops off our car windscreens, why not collect and reuse the water via the washer jets?
Off to the races? Embrace the glamour of the grandstand with the best race day looks from Monsoon, featuring beautiful occasion dresses and ever-stylish separates.
If the rain has you stuck indoors breaking out the board games is a great way to entertain the whole family. With 10 children between us on the Mykidstime team, we have come up with 7 we love. In no particular order;
There is never a bad time to get baking, and this lovely lemon cake is sure to go down a treat. It is simple to make and delicious to eat - so enjoy!
Mayo saw higher mean temperatures and lower total rainfall in 2016 compared to 2015 according to the records from Met Eireann's four weather stations in the county. The warmest mean monthly temperature recorded in the county was in Newport in August at 15.5 degrees, with the Claremorris station recording a monthly mean high temperature of 15.1 degrees in August also, while in the same month Knock Airport recorded a monthly mean year high of 14.4 degrees with Belmullet's station recording its monthly mean high for the year of 14.6 degrees in June.
2016 was one of the warmest of the last 116 years, with winter rainfall in the west being only half the amount it normally is, Met Eireann announced last night when they published their weather review of the year.
With wet weather continuing to engulf the UK and Ireland, the Institute of Advanced Motorists’ (IAM) director of standards, Mark Lewis, looks at how drivers can best prepare for driving in heavy rain.
It is hardly surprising that statistics from Met Éireann show that Mayo has had a dismal summer, in fact it had recorded the highest level of rainfall in the country for July as well as the having the lowest level of sunshine.
Statistics from Met Éireann show that Belmullet experienced the highest daily sunshine in Ireland last month, when on April 29, 14.1 hours of sunshine were recorded.