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Current Forecast:Thursday, 28 July 2016 18:01
Turning mainly dry over Ulster and Connacht this evening and early tonight with scattered outbreaks of showery rain or drizzle sinking South to affect other parts. Fresher clearer weather will gradually feed into the north and west. Lowest temperatures will range 9 to 15 degrees Celsius (north to south), with northwest breezes setting in later.
20 July 2016 - June 2016 was the 14th consecutive month of record heat for the globeThe June temperature across global land and ocean surfaces was 0.9°C above the 20th century average of 15.5°C. This was the highest for June in the 1880–2016 record.
08 July 2016 - The Royal Meteorological Society presents the Mason Gold Medal to Professor Colin O’Dowd of NUI GalwayThroughout Colin’s career, he has provided international leadership in the field of atmospheric aerosol particles. His work has focussed on making detailed and careful observations of particles, particularly in the marine atmosphere, and providing novel insight into the advancement of our knowledge of many key processes.
04 July 2016 - Weather Summary for June 2016Warmer than normal everywhere with variable rainfall