There are no National Warnings in operation
Current Forecast: Sunday, 22 October 2017 05:22
Cool today, with bright or sunny spells, but scattered showers also, most of them in Munster, Connacht and in Ulster this morning, but a few scattered showers will develop in other parts today also. Meanwhile, they will largely die out in the west and southwest this afternoon. Windy at first, with fresh to strong and very gusty west to northwest winds, backing west to southwest and moderating. Maximum temperatures 12 to 14 Celsius. Later today, more persistent rain will develop along west and southwest coasts, spreading gradually eastwards during the evening and early night, in freshening southerly winds.
Tonight will be mostly cloudy, with outbreaks of rain spreading to all parts in the early night, with hill and coastal fog. Drier conditions will follow from the west, reaching many areas by morning. Minimum temperatures 8 to 12 Celsius, in moderate to fresh southerly breezes.
20 October 2017
Storm Brian Update (20th October, 14:45)
Storm Brian, a rapidly deepening depression in the mid-Atlantic, is expected to fill as it tracks over parts of Ireland late Friday night and early on Saturday.
18 October 2017
Met Éireann symposium on "Future Weather, Future Challenges" on December 12th 2017
Everyone is invited to attend our symposium on "Future Weather, Future Challenges" on December 12th 2017 in the Round Room at the Mansion House in Dublin which will feature Mary Robinson and other distinguished guests.
18 October 2017
Provisional quick observational facts on Storm Ophelia during Mon 16 Oct 2017
Please click here for the informational graphic on the provisional measurements during Storm Ophelia, for example, gusts of up to 156 km/h were recorded at Roches Point, County Cork during the morning of Monday 16 October 2017. This information will be updated as records become available.