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Photos of the best and worst weather in Ireland this year

It’s been some year. Half the time we don’t know what to be wearing.

WE’VE HAD IT all this year. Sun, wind, rain and a bit of snow. Right up until this week we didn’t know what to be expecting.

Here are some pics that sum up one of the things that Ireland is best known for – changeable weather.

Photos of the best and worst weather in Ireland this year
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    Source: Mark Stedman
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    Source: Sam Boal
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    Source: Mark Stedman
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  • Irish weather

    Source: Laura Hutton
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    Source: Laura Hutton
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    Source: Laura Hutton
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    Source: Laura Hutton
  • Irish weather

    Source: Mark Stedman
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  • Irish weather

    Source: Sasko Lazarov
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    Source: Laura Hutton
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    Sea Road in Sligo by Sean Carleton in November
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    Tierna Doheny’s best friend’s dog nearly got blown away today while out taking a wee, she said. Poor Samson.

Taken some of your own photos over the year of some of Ireland’s wonderous weather? Why not send them into us at tips@thejournal.ie.

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