Rainfall amounts have been above average across the country over the last seven days causing havoc on many farms across the country.
The wettest conditions were experienced in the southwest last week with Shannon Airport recording 3.5 times the normal March weekly rainfall.
It was somewhat drier in the southeast though with precipitation amounts close to normal here.
The wet conditions have lead to significant grazing difficulties on many farms with many dairy farmers restoring to on and off grazing.
Looking northward out of the sheds and it is absolutely peeing down with more bloody rain. pic.twitter.com/wS6kTBU5rn— IrelandsFarmers (@IrelandsFarmers) March 6, 2017
The weather has come at the worst possible time for many of the countries sheep farmers with the lambing season at its height throughout the country.
Meanwhile, for tillage farmers, work with machinery is nigh on impossible in most places due to saturated ground.
Tricky conditions today for grazing & we can't do on/off either, field & sheep blackened after last 24hrs rain. Had to move. pic.twitter.com/Kj9avnKmWO— gaulstown (@gaulstownfarms) March 4, 2017
Unfortunately for farmers, it is expected to stay rather unsettled over the coming week with further rain or showers.
According to Met Eireann, precipitation amounts are forecast to be close to or greater than average; the wettest conditions are expected along Atlantic coastal fringes.
However, during the middle of the week it will be come that little bit milder than recent days.
It says soils in many places are saturated at the moment and there will be no change in that for the coming week.
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