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Current Forecast:Friday, 24 May 2013 04:56
It'll be mostly dry today and after a fairly cloudy early start it will brighten up through the course of the morning with some good sunshine developing this afternoon. There'll be a few lingering showers in eastern areas at first today but these should die out early. Highest temperatures will reach between 11 and 14 degrees during the afternoon and northerly winds will be moderate to fresh for a time, easing this evening.
01 May 2013 - Monthly Weather Summary for April 2013.Cold and extremely windy at times; wet in places. All monthly mean temperatures were below average.
26 March 2013 - The Status of Ireland's Climate, 2012The EPA recently published a report on the status of Ireland's climate. With contributions from Met Éireann, the Marine Institute, Teagasc and UCC, this report brings together observational information and data for over 40 climate variables and highlights changes and trends in aspects of Irish climate across the atmospheric, oceanic and terrestrial domains. The observations presented in this report contribute to the formulation of the Essential Climate Variables (ECVs)
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