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Current Forecast:

Wednesday, 22 October 2014 11:50
Today

Dry across most areas for the rest of today with rather cloudy skies although good sunshine will break through locally. Rain clearing east and southeast counties by early this afternoon, with patchy outbreaks of rain pushing in from the Atlantic later, mainly affecting west and southwest counties. Rather breezy, especially in western areas in a moderate to fresh southwest wind. Highest temperatures 11 to 14 degrees Celsius, coolest in the east and northeast.

Tonight

Relatively mild and mostly cloudy tonight with patchy mist, drizzle and fog, particularly near Atlantic coasts as well as on higher ground. Drizzle will turn persistent across Atlantic coastal areas later, but across other areas rainfall amounts will be minimal. Lowest temperatures 9 to 12 degrees Celsius (coolest in the east), in a moderate, occasionally fresh southwest breeze.
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Weather News

21 October 2014 - Irish Meteorological Society public lecture: "Weather Forecasting in the Cruise Ferry Sector"

The next Irish Meteorological Society Public Lecture takes place on 23 October in the Custom House, Dublin, at 6pm. Captain Michael McKenna of the MV Oscar Wilde will be giving a talk on "Weather Forecasting in the Cruise Ferry Sector" which will cover the role and importance of forecasts in Irish Ferries' operations as well as Captain McKenna's own experiences on the high seas. Admission is free but please check www.irishmetsociety.org for more details and booking.

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17 October 2014 - How many lines of code are in a weather model?

This is Europe Code Week (http://codeweek.eu/) so we would like to share some information about two of the major modelling systems used and developed by Met Éireann in collaboration with institutes and meteorological services throughout Europe.

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09 October 2014 - Met Éireann researchers in European collaboration to improve forecasts for the solar energy industry

Met Éireann is a member of the HARMONIE numerical weather prediction consortium which develops the high resolution HARMONIE model mainly used for short range weather forecasting. As well as using HARMONIE for operational weather forecasting purposes, researchers at Met Éireann are also involved in the development of the model. One area of development we work on is the improvement of the solar (shortwave) and terrestrial (longwave) radiation physics in HARMONIE.

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