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Current Forecast:Thursday, 28 May 2015 11:14
There'll be sunny spells and scattered showers for the rest of the day, the showers will be most frequent over Ulster. Later this evening cloud will thicken across Atlantic counties and showers will merge to longer spells of rain. Temperatures lower than usual for the time of year with highs of just 11 to 14 degrees, best values in the southeast. Westerly winds will be fresh and gusty.
08 May 2015 - Light & Shadow Event, UCD O'Brien Centre for Science, Saturday May 23rdFind out how light influences all aspects of your life through an exciting programme of talks, demonstrations, installations and film screenings.
23 April 2015 - Climate Change: the half-biscuit linkOur planet is constantly bathed in sunshine as it revolves around the sun, absorbing energy that passes through the top of the atmosphere and returning energy to space by reflection and emission of radiant heat. A balance is struck between the incoming and outgoing energy and, while the details vary by region and season, in general we wobble around an equilibrium which is linked to the mean global surface temperature of about 15°C.
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