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Current Forecast: Sunday, 25 September 2016 05:26
Some bright or sunny spells today, especially in eastern and southern coastal areas. Scattered showers also, mainly in the western half of the country at first, but becoming more widespread during the day. Many of the showers will be heavy, with a risk of thunder, especially in the west and north. Showers will become more isolated this evening. Cool and windy, with maximum temperatures of 13 to 15 Celsius, in fresh to strong southwesterly winds, the winds easing later.
Tonight will be mainly dry at first, with clear spells, but scattered showers will continue along west and northwest coasts. Cloudy conditions, with rain and drizzle, in the southwest early on, will move up over Munster, south Leinster and possibly parts of south Connacht. Minimum temperatures 6 to 9 Celsius, in light to moderate south to southwest winds, backing southerly.
14 September 2016
Win an iPad at the Ploughing with Met Éireann!
Met Éireann will be at the National Ploughing Championships next week in Screggan, Co Offaly. This year’s event is shaping up to be as big as ever. We will be at stand number 310 Block 4, Row 13. with the Department of Housing near the NPA headquarters. Come and see our forecast display on the big screen, receive expert meteorological commentary and tell us what you thought of the summer just passed. Enter our weather quiz for a chance to win an iPad.
12 September 2016
Irish Met Society Public Lecture: Estimating Climate Sensitivity using Simple Energy Balance Models and Observations
Thursday, 15 September, at 6 pm in the Custom House, Dublin
02 September 2016
The Weather of Summer 2016 and August 2016
Summer: Mild and dull nearly everywhere; slightly wet in places. August: Mild generally but wet and windy in places