There are no National Warnings in operation
Explanation of new warning levels
Current Forecast:Sunday, 31 August 2014 05:05
Today will start mainly dry with sunshine in many parts. It will become cloudy soon in the west and rain will develop near Atlantic coasts in the late morning. Cloud and rain will gradually extend eastwards during the afternoon and evening, but the rain will become light and many parts in the east and southeast will stay dry. Highest temperatures of 17 to 20 degrees. Southerly winds will increase moderate to fresh.
29 August 2014 - Update on Activity at Bárðarbunga VolcanoFollowing reports from the Icelandic Met Office that an eruption had commenced overnight, and that the aviation colour code status for Iceland has been raised to RED.
21 August 2014 - Activity at Bárðarbunga VolcanoSince Saturday August 16th thousands of earthquakes have been detected at Bárðarbunga by the earthquake monitoring network of the Icelandic Met Office (IMO), and the earthquakes continue to occur at an approximate rate of 1000/day (see http://en.vedur.is/earthquakes-and-volcanism/earthquakes/ for more detail and the latest reports). As the volcano is situated beneath an ice cap, an eruption could result in an ash plume which may have consequences for both aviation and health.
01 August 2014 - The Weather of July 2014: Warm everywhere; dry and sunny in most partsAll mean temperatures were above their LTA (Long-Term Average). Most stations reported below average rainfall. Sunshine totals were variable. Monthly mean windspeeds ranged from five knots (9 km/h) at stations in the Midlands to 11 knots (20km/h) at Malin Head.