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Current Forecast:Thursday, 02 October 2014 11:01
Today will be a largely dry day with sunny spells. However, it will become cloudy in the west during the afternoon and rain will develop in Atlantic coastal areas towards evening. It will become quite windy as well along the west coast with strong southerly winds. Elsewhere, winds will stay mostly moderate. Highest temperatures will range from 15 to 17 degrees.
02 October 2014 - The Weather of September 2014Dry everywhere; extremely dry conditions in parts. Everywhere warm; warmest in the South, Southwest and West. Valentia Observatory has the sunniest September in 40 years. Lowest monthly wind speeds on record in places
09 September 2014 - Over 20,000 downloads of EC-EARTH future climate data so far this year.Global Earth System Models such as EC- Earth are essential for providing society with fundamental information on the future climate. The EC-Earth consortium consists of research institutes from 10 European countries including Ireland that collaborate on the development of the model and the running of climate simulations. So far this year there have been 20,864 downloads of EC-Earth datasets from 133 distinct users.