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Current Forecast:Wednesday, 16 April 2014 04:47
West and northwest counties will be mostly cloudy today with some outbreaks of rain, but longer drier spells likely too, with the chance of a few brief sunny spells. Elsewhere (midlands, Munster and Leinster) it will stay dry for much of the day with a mix of cloud and good sunny spells, and still feeling very mild. Highest temperatures of 13 to 17 degrees Celsius (warmest across the midlands), in moderate southerly breezes. Temperatures will tend to be coolest in the northwest with nearby frontal cloud and rain, and across parts of the south coast due to onshore breezes.
07 April 2014 - Cherrapunji, India, Holds New Record for 48-Hour RainfallA World Meteorological Organization (WMO) panel has concluded that Cherrapunji in India now holds the world record for two-day (48-hour) rainfall, with 2 493 millimeters (98.15 inches) recorded on 15–16 June 1995.
01 April 2014 - March Weather: Variable rainfall, temperature and sunshine across the country.Rainfall was variable across the country with above average totals in parts of the West, Southwest, South and at Casement Aerodrome. Mean temperatures were mainly on or above their LTA except at some coastal stations in the West and Southwest.
31 March 2014 - Meteorological SymposiumThe Met Society are hosting a Meteorological Symposium in NUI Galway this coming weekend with lectures/talks on Saturday, 5th April, 10am to 5pm on probing/measuring Ireland's Atmosphere.