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Current Forecast:Friday, 04 September 2015 11:33
Cloudy across the country this afternoon; many areas dry apart from the odd light passing shower. However in northern and northwestern regions outbreaks of rain and drizzle will develop and will become persistent for a time this evening. Rather cool for the time of year with afternoon temperatures ranging from only 13 or 14 degrees in northern areas to 15 or 16 degrees in parts of the south. Northerly winds will be mostly moderate but fresh to strong in the north.
02 September 2015 - Summer and August Weather SummariesSummer: Cool everywhere, wet and windy in most parts. August: Cool with variable rainfall; gales in places at times
17 August 2015 - The Influence of the North Atlantic Ocean on the Mean Temperature of IrelandResearchers at Met Éireann have been involved in a collaborative study with the National Oceanography Centre in Southampton on the influence of the North Atlantic Ocean on the mean temperature of Ireland. The study investigated variations in Irish climate using long-term station-based time series of temperature and precipitation and was recently published in Weather.
23 July 2015 - Temperature Projections for Ireland by mid-centuryResearchers at Met Éireann have been involved in a collaborative study with University College Dublin and the Irish Centre for High-End Computing on high resolution temperature projections for Ireland by the middle of this century. The work has recently been published in the International Journal of Climatology.
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