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Current Forecast:Friday, 01 July 2016 11:30
Fresh today with a mix of sunshine and heavy blustery showers. Scattered heavy blustery showers will be most frequent early this afternoon across the north and west, with the risk of thunder. Showers will become more widespread again later this afternoon and early evening, with the ongoing threat of thunder. Spot flooding is possible, as showers merge to longer spells of rain locally. Longer drier spells occurring through the day too though. Temperatures will be below normal for early July; maxima of only 13 to 16 degrees Celsius (best values for Leinster and east Munster), in a fresh and gusty westerly breeze.
30 June 2016 - Submission for new International Cloud AtlasWMO invites you to submit candidate imagery for the new edition of the International Cloud Atlas.
08 June 2016 - New FEATURE on Website for Downloading Historical Climate Data.The newly developed Historical Data webpage provides access to climate data from over 520 stations. The new, modern design includes a range of new features including the use of menus, maps and graphs for selecting or displaying data.
02 June 2016 - Weather Summaries for May and Spring 2016May 2016: Warm everywhere, with mainly dry conditions. Spring 2016: Mainly dry and cool; two named storms, Jake and Katie