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Current Forecast:Sunday, 09 March 2014 15:56
Continuing mainly dry with bright intervals at first in the east and southeast. However, outbreaks of rain or drizzle elsewhere will spread southeast this evening. Further rain or drizzle in many places early tonight but this will soon clear, and cloud will break in many places later. Turning cold overnight, with some frost and fog developing before dawn as winds decrease near calm. Lowest temperatures -1 to +2 degrees Celsius.
06 March 2014 - Irish Meteorological Society Public Lecture: Simulating Ireland's weather and climate on ICHEC HPC systemsDr Paul Nolan, ICHEC.Custom House, Dublin. 6pm, Thursday, 20th March, 2014.
06 March 2014 - Bristol Channel earthquake on 20 February 2014An earthquake of relative importance for Ireland has been recorded at our station in Valentia. The magnitude 4.1 ML Bristol Channel earthquake occurred on the 20 February 2014 at 13:21 UTC. There were no reports of felt records in Ireland ,yet. The event was also reported by the Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies (DIAS).
27 February 2014 - Extreme Weather in parts of the worldParts of the world have witnessed a series of extreme weather conditions in the first six weeks of 2014, continuing a pattern that was set in December 2013.