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Current Forecast:Thursday, 21 August 2014 05:06
Today will be mostly cloudy. Outbreaks of rain and drizzle in the west and north will spread southeastwards this morning and will become more widespread this afternoon. Brighter weather and a few showers will follow from the north in the late afternoon and evening. Highest temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees with moderate to fresh westerly breezes.
01 August 2014 - The Weather of July 2014: Warm everywhere; dry and sunny in most partsAll mean temperatures were above their LTA (Long-Term Average). Most stations reported below average rainfall. Sunshine totals were variable. Monthly mean windspeeds ranged from five knots (9 km/h) at stations in the Midlands to 11 knots (20km/h) at Malin Head.
28 July 2014 - NEW: 5 Day Wave ForecastsA new product has been added to the 5 day forecasts, significant wave height.
26 June 2014 - WMO Update: Prepare for El NiñoEl Niño refers to the above-average sea-surface temperatures that periodically develop across the east-central equatorial Pacific.There is a 60% likelihood of an El Niño being fully established between June and August, increasing to 75-80% for the October to December period, according to an El Niño Update issued by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO).