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Current Forecast:Thursday, 26 March 2015 21:06
Cold overnight, with some clear spells and slackening winds. Frost will form and will be sharp to severe in places. But cloud will increase from the Atlantic later and some rain is likely on parts of the southwest and west coasts around dawn. Lowest temperatures -2 to plus 2 C.
23 March 2015 - 2015 World Meteorological Day: Climate Knowledge for Climate ActionMarch 23 is World Meteorological Day, and this year's theme is "Climate Knowledge for Climate Action". The global climate of 2014 was marked by extreme heat and flooding.
22 March 2015 - Irish Met Society's annual conference, Saturday, 28 March in the Botanic GardensThe title this year is, 'The Perfect Storm', and topics will focus on the prediction, observation, and impact of storms.
19 February 2015 - Check out the Met Éireann Library!The Met Éireann Library is now online! You can now search our library catalogue, find Met Éireann publications, explore our special collections and learn more about the type of collections we hold.