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Thursday, 18 September 2014
  
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Current Forecast:

Thursday, 18 September 2014 03:57
Today

Today mist and fog will lift and sunny spells will develop. It will be mostly dry, but there is the risk of heavy or thundery showers over the southern counties. It will be warm again with top temperatures reaching between 17 and 22 degrees, warmest in the west and northwest. East to northeasterly winds will be light to moderate.

Tonight

Tonight will be mild and humid with mist or fog forming again. It will be mostly dry, with just the risk of some showers before dawn. Lowest temperatures will stay around 12 to 14 degrees in a light northeasterly breeze.
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09 September 2014 - Over 20,000 downloads of EC-EARTH future climate data so far this year.

Global Earth System Models such as EC- Earth are essential for providing society with fundamental information on the future climate. The EC-Earth consortium consists of research institutes from 10 European countries including Ireland that collaborate on the development of the model and the running of climate simulations. So far this year there have been 20,864 downloads of EC-Earth datasets from 133 distinct users.    

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02 September 2014 - Weather Summaries for August and Summer

August 2014: Dry in parts but extremely wet in the East; cool everywhere. Summer 2014: Variable rainfall, temperatures and sunshine

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02 September 2014 - Update on Activity at Bárðarbunga Volcano

The IMO has, at intervals over recent days, raise the aviation warning level to RED due to increased risk, but on each occasion has reduced the level to ORANGE following more detailed study. Earthquakes continue beneath Bárðarbunga and these are interpreted as a response to reduced pressure in the magma chamber beneath the volcano due to the migration of magma to the dyke intrusion

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