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Mingin' weather readers' pictures: Northern Ireland's soggy summer 2015

Published 30/07/2015

Wet, wet, wet - submitted by Keith Friel July 30 2015
Wet, wet, wet - submitted by Keith Friel July 30 2015
"Murvagh Beach in Donegal last week. Cold weather didn't stop my daughter wanting to splash!" - Tracy Greenaway
It's not 'mingin' here. I'm in Egypt and the weather is so hot I wish I was back at home! Submitted by Paul Gillespie. July 2015
Here's some beautiful shots of a day trip Glenariff Forest - in the rain. Soaked. Submitted Miki Obana
Molly-Raine (7) is not enjoying the rain - submitted by Kazza Adams
Forthriver, Glencairn, Belfast - William Spence
Beth Frazer sent in this one - not sure where it was taken. Submitted July 30.
"A week off in Northern Ireland in July. So wet you can't even see our disappointed faces!" - Elizabeth McCann
"My waterlogged garden" - Kristine McKee
"Bessbrook pond on the 28th July. Not a day for feeding the ducks" - Lauren McGivern
A double rainbow over the Falls Road - by Clodagh Byrne, 11.
"This was taken on Monday 27th July at Connswater, you can see an airplane lining up on the runway of the City Airport. A pretty bleak scene I thought, especially for July" - Ryan Corry

Our so-called summer has turned out cold, wet and stormy.

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