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Current Forecast:Monday, 30 November 2015 15:56
Dry with broken cloud over the northern half of the country, apart from showers near northern coasts. Cloudy elsewhere with outbreaks of rain becoming confined to the south and southwest this evening. Cold in northern areas early tonight with slight grass frost in places for a short time. Lowest temperatures 0 to 4 degrees in Ulster, but ranging 5 to 9 degrees elsewhere. However, rain in the south and southwest will spread north to affect all areas as the night goes on. Light, northerly or variable winds will become southwesterly and increase fresh to strong overnight and it will turn rather mild again everywhere before morning.
27 November 2015 - WMO Press Release: 2015 likely to be Warmest on Record, 2011-2015 Warmest Five Year PeriodClimate Change Breaches Symbolic Thresholds, Fuels Extreme Weather
20 November 2015 - Special Reports for Science Week by Met Éireann meteorologistsWatch short videos on the science of meteorology featuring Met Éireann meteorologists (produced by RTÉ).
20 November 2015 - WMO-sponsored climate change videos by TV weather presentersThe World Meteorological Organization has invited Meteorological Services and Television stations around the world to contribute videos to promote awareness of climate change and the United Nations climate change conference in Paris (COP-21). Ireland's video, by Evelyn Cusack, will be released on November 21st