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Current Forecast:Sunday, 26 April 2015 08:38
Cool, bright, dry and sunny in most areas this morning. However, rain or hail showers will affect western and northern parts of Ulster and Connacht, These will become more widespread through the afternoon, with a slight risk of thunder in northern areas. Highest temperatures 7 to 12 C. with moderate northwest winds.
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.
16 April 2015 - Looks Like Rain - 9,000 Years of Irish Weatherby Damian Corless. Irish Meteorological Society Public Lecture Thursday, April 16th 2015, 6.00pm, Custom House, Dublin
02 April 2015 - Monthly Weather Summary for March 2015.Wet and windy in places; cool and sunny everywhere.