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The Met Éireann Podcast

We’re obsessed with weather in Ireland, but how much do we know about how it’s forecast, what influences it and how a changing global climate is affecting weather worldwide? Each month The Met Éireann Podcast takes a deep dive into these topics.

The podcast is back for a new season and we are excited to be teaming up with RTÉ.

So whether you are a new or existing listener- be sure to subscribe again to the series wherever you get your podcasts.

We also have an Irish version of this podcast – Podchraoladh Met Éireann

Click on the player below to play the latest episode and more.

You can contact the Podcast team at podcast@met.ie or use #MetEireannPodcast on Twitter

Season 2 – Episode 7 – COP26, Storm Barra And Winter Weather Forecast

In this bumper Xmas edition, senior climatologist Keith Lambkin gives us a round-up of what happened at COP26 and meteorologist Paul Moore joins us to discuss Storm Barra and what lies ahead weather wise this winter.

Season 2 – Episode 6 – COP26: What’s At Stake And What To Look Out For

Dr. John Hanley is a climate scientist at Met Éireann and in this episode he highlights some of the latest findings on climate change as well as the key objectives of COP26, which he will be attending.

Season 2 – Episode 5 – Weather in Search and Rescue

This month, we look at the vital service provided by search and rescue teams and how weather impacts their operations. We talk to members of the Galway Mountain Rescue team, Rory Sherlock and Eamon Hartley, and pilot Pauric Slattery from the Rescue 118 Coast Guard helicopter.

 


Check out all the episodes from The Met Éireann Podcast Season One and Two.

Find out more about the presenters and each episode from Season One in our notes below

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