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Current Forecast:Friday, 22 May 2015 10:47
Generally cloudy today with patches of drizzle, patchy rain and mist. Some brighter spells will develop later though, especially in parts of the south. A mild day with highs of 14 to 18 degrees in moderate westerly winds.
21 May 2015 - Irish Meteorological Society Public LectureThe main speaker will be Roland Draxler, who will be giving us an insight into the development and utilisation of the HYSPLIT Model, which is employed to compute dispersion and deposition simulations. Our second speaker is John Flannery, who will be looking forward to July this year when we will get our first close-up look at Pluto as NASA's New Horizons spacecraft sweeps past the distant body after a nine year journey.
06 May 2015 - Met Éireann RecruitmentProject Manager for Aviation Modernisation & Automation / Bainisteoir Tionscadail um Nuachóiriú agus Uathoibriú Eitlíochta
23 April 2015 - Climate Change: the half-biscuit linkOur planet is constantly bathed in sunshine as it revolves around the sun, absorbing energy that passes through the top of the atmosphere and returning energy to space by reflection and emission of radiant heat. A balance is struck between the incoming and outgoing energy and, while the details vary by region and season, in general we wobble around an equilibrium which is linked to the mean global surface temperature of about 15°C.