Nine Places Record Year's Amount Of Rain In 10 Months
Nine weather stations in Ireland have already recorded a year's amount of rain - with two months remaining.
Met Eireann has released its climate report looking at conditions over October.
Recording stations in Dublin, Cavan, Cork, Meath, Roscommon and Galway have already had a year's amount of rain by the end of October - according to long-term averages.
However, there's been a range of rainfall recorded - there was less than usual at Finner in Donegal - while Roches Point and Cork Airport had more than double the usual rain in October.
The wettest day of the month was on the 18th at Cork Airport - which had its highest daily amount of rain since 1995.
Another area in Cork - Moore Park - had its wettest October in 59 years.
With all the recent rain - it may be easy to forget the month started with a fine spell.
The highest temperature was at the Phoenix Park when it was just above 23 degrees.
While, nine weather stations - including in Dublin, Cavan, Sligo, Meath, Roscommon, Mayo and Tipperary - all had record high temperatures for October.
Overall throughout the month - temperatures were above average.