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"The average paddy isn’t designed for such weather," says John Verling. "We love it though and we embrace it like a sailor on his last night of shore leave." Photo by: Google Image

Could Ireland survive if this warm summer climate becomes the norm?

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"The average paddy isn’t designed for such weather," says John Verling. "We love it though and we embrace it like a sailor on his last night of shore leave." Photo by: Google Image

Someone said yesterday that they were sick of the hot weather and not being able to do anything.

Who would have thought of that a mere few weeks ago?

* John Verling writes a weekly column about his son's epilepsy and how it affects his family. He is a freelance article writer and radio documentary maker. For more follow him on Twitter XXX or visit VerlingsWeek.com

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