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Current Forecast:

Sunday, 23 November 2014 10:33
Today

Today will be dry with sunshine for much of the country but showers will continue to affect western and northwestern areas, some heavy in the north. Highest temperatures this afternoon will reach between 6 and 9 degrees with mainly light southwest to west breezes.

Tonight

It'll be mainly dry tonight as showers die away. It'll be cold with a sharp ground frost and a risk of icy patches on untreated surfaces, lowest temperatures between minus 1 and plus 2 degrees. Winds will be mainly light southerly but will begin to freshen in the west towards morning as cloud thickens there.
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20 November 2014 - Prof Peter Lynch - 'Balanced Flow on the Spinning Globe'

Irish Meteorological Society Public Lecture, Moore Auditorium, O’Brien Centre for Science, UCD, Thursday, 20 November 2014, at 7pm

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19 November 2014 - Series of articles to mark Science Week Ireland 2014

Science Week in Ireland ran from November 9th-16th, with the theme “The Power of Science”. To mark it, a series of short articles written by the team working in Met Éireann's Research, Environment and Applications (REA) Division, appeared on our website each day.

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