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Saturday, April 28, 2018


Snow and its nearly May!
28/4/18 The cold weather is the big story of the day and for good reason, we start with a slight snow flurry on the Kerry Mountains’ as you can see by today's picture and to top it all local Gillie Mr. Tom O’Shea of and his client Mr. Martin Coveney were telling me as the temperature dropped and you can believe it or believe it not one hailstone shower lasted an hour and a half and it got so bad that Tom had to bail his boat, I believe they call it global warming, I personally would say that my Noble anglers were frozen
out this day, or as my Uncle asked one Great Gillie Mr. Jack O’Sullivan 45 years ago, any good today Jack, no replied Jack, had a bad day at the Office and I think that’s sums up today's action. Wind NE light to fresh. Yesterdays weather, amount of rainfall 0.2mm. Maximum air temperature 11.7c.   

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