RĂ©amhaisnĂ©isĂ reatha: Saturday, 17 March 2018 09:51
Today will be a cold, windy day. A lot of dry weather in the western half of the country, with just the odd rain shower. In the east there will be showers of rain, sleet and hail during the day, with snow on high ground. This evening, showers will turn to snow on lower levels as well. Highest temperatures just 2 or 3 degrees in eastern areas and 5 to 7 this morning in Atlantic coastal counties. The fresh to strong easterly winds will add a significant wind chill.
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07 March 2018 - Valentia Observatory awarded WMO Centennial Observing Station statusValentia Observatory was recently recognised as a Centennial Observing Station by the World Meteorological Organisation (WMO) to celebrate the fact that over 100 years of high-quality continuous meteorological measurements have been recorded at the Observatory.
06 March 2018 - New Buoy RecordsThe record for minimum air temperature was broken at bouy M6 (200 miles off the west coast) and the new maximum individual wave was recorded at bouy M2 in the Irish Sea.
25 February 2018 - Be Winter Ready WebsiteBe Winter Ready, find relevant information on https://www.winterready.ie/en