Data & Products
Long term daily series of precipitation, temperature and other elements together
with time series plots are available from the European
Climate Assessment & Dataset website. ECA&D is initiated by the European Climate Support Network ECSN,
and is supported by the Network of European Meteorological Services EUMETNET.
Climate data is supplied free of charge if requested under the Access to Information on the Environment Regulations (AIE).
You are required to:
- Submit an application to our AIE Officer, by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or in writing to AIE Officer, Met Éireann, Glasnevin Hill, Dublin 9
- Provide your contact details,
- State, in terms that are as specific as possible, the climate data required e.g. station(s)/time periods/ elements.
Normally you will receive a response to your request within one month of its receipt.
Most historical data held by Met Éireann are not available on this Web Site. A range of Climate data and products can be obtained, usually within three working days, by completing an Order Form or by contacting Climate Enquiries.
There are charges for the supply of climate data that are not requested under the AIE regulations. On the right is a list of the most requested Climate Products. Choose a product for further details. To ensure a prompt response please provide these details:
- Company, if applicable.
- Email Address.
- Contact phone number.
location of interest.
Our database has a large amount of information available from our Synoptic,
Climate and Rainfall stations.
We can supply data via E-mail, Fax, post, FTP, CD ROM.
Once we have your Order Form,
we can supply you with a quote of the cost, if requested. If you know
exactly what you need, and supply your payment details, we can begin
your request immediately. Prepayment is required before requests are
processed. Payment may be made by Visa, Mastercard, cheque, postal
order, bank draft or purchase order number for regular customers. Some
of the Climate and Rainfall stations do not have a complete unbroken
record for any given element. Most data before 1941 are held
in paper format only. From 1941 onwards most of our data are held in
tables in an Ingres relational database. Climate data may not be reproduced,
re-used or redistributed for any commercial purpose whatsoever, or
distributed to a third party, without written permission from Met Éireann.
stations record meteorological elements on an hourly basis, such as air temperature, rainfall, wind speed, wind direction, atmospheric pressure, relative humidity, vapour pressure and soil temperatures. Manual stations have extra elements such as weather, cloud, visibility and sunshine. Estimated daily evaporation, potential evapotranspiration and soil moisture deficits are also available.
stations record meteorological elements on a daily
basis, such as rainfall and temperatures. Some record soil and
earth temperatures, sunshine, solar radiation and evaporation.
stations record daily rainfall amounts at 0900utc.