Explanation of new warning levels
Current Forecast:Tuesday, 01 December 2015 16:58
Mild and windy this evening and tonight with strong and very gusty south to southwest winds. Scattered outbreaks of rain with good dry periods especially in the east and southeast. Persistent rain will move into western areas soon after midnight and will spread to all parts later in the night. Winds will begin to veer west to northwest in northwestern counties around dawn where it will turn cooler. Lowest temperatures will range from 6 degrees Celsius in the northwest to 10 degrees Celsius in the south and east.
27 November 2015 - WMO Press Release: 2015 likely to be Warmest on Record, 2011-2015 Warmest Five Year PeriodClimate Change Breaches Symbolic Thresholds, Fuels Extreme Weather
20 November 2015 - Special Reports for Science Week by Met Éireann meteorologistsWatch short videos on the science of meteorology featuring Met Éireann meteorologists (produced by RTÉ).
20 November 2015 - WMO-sponsored climate change videos by TV weather presentersThe World Meteorological Organization has invited Meteorological Services and Television stations around the world to contribute videos to promote awareness of climate change and the United Nations climate change conference in Paris (COP-21). Ireland's video, by Evelyn Cusack, will be released on November 21st