Measuring and Recording Temperature - Met Éireann https://www.met.ie/.../uploads/2017/08/Lesson-Plan-Measuring-and-Recording-Temperature.pdf How do we measure temperature? We use an instrument called a thermometerto measure temperature. Experiment 1: Recording and measuringtemperature Materials needed: For this experiment you will need A mercury thermometer A radiator An ice pack A notepad A pen Graph paper Method: Part 1: Using the thermometer 1.
Temperature - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/climate/what-we-measure/temperature Met Éireann has recorded and stored nearly 9.5 million individual hourly temperature measurements into the National Climate Database between 1939 and 2017. From this observational dataset, and others, analysis is completed to give details of the Rainfall Climate of Ireland.
School Resources - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/education/school-resources Content and Structure. The resources are presented as fact sheets, quizzes, lesson plans and experiments. They are grouped together under the following categories. Younger Primary Students: this section offers simple descriptions of common weather facts, e.g. sunshine, rainfall, wind, temperature.
Upper Air - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/climate/what-we-measure/upper-air Upper Air Upper Air Wind and Temperature Measurements Since the atmosphere is three dimensional, there is also a requirement to take readings of essential variables above the surface. Measurements in the upper atmosphere are important as they give vital information on the vertical profiles of wind and temperature in the atmosphere.
Climate Change - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/climate/climate-change Global surface temperature change for the end of the 21st century is projected to be likely to exceed 1.5 °C relative to the period 1850 to 1900 in all but the lowest scenario considered, and likely to exceed 2°C for the two high scenarios considered.
Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie The temperature is direct model output from Numerical Weather Prediction models but is a guideline only. It forecasts air temperature on land and over sea in °C for the top of each hour, 3 hourly and finally 6 hourly intervals up to 7 days. Minus zero (-0) indicates values between 0 to -0.5°C.
The National Observing Network - Met Éireann https://www.met.ie/climate/the-national-observing-network Met Éireann has an observation network that gathers weather data across the country for use in weather forecasts, aviation, marine, agriculture, climate analysis, forecast verification and meteorological research.
Forecast Explained - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/forecast-explained Privacy. The hourly forecast now shows extra information such as % chance of rain, gust, feels like temperature, humidity and more. An example of the daily weather forecast panels at noon or 6pm today, midnight and noon (UTC) for the next 6 days.
National Forecast - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/forecasts Temperature circle (°C): maximum and minimum temperature forecast for each day. Wind symbol (km/h): arrow points in the direction the wind is blowing. The weather and wind icons: for the time of maximum temperature and minimum temperature.
Available Data - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/climate/available-data Get daily weather data from each of our 25 synoptic weather stations across the country including hourly values for temperature, rainfall, pressure, wind speed and direction. Historical Data The historical climate data is available hourly, daily or monthly for a range of parameters such as precipitation, temperature and wind speed including a ...
30 Year Averages - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/climate/30-year-averages These tables will include 30-year average monthly and annual data for precipitation, temperature, solar radiation, pressure and other parameters as reported previously by Met Éireann (see datasets below). The tables will be available here in August 2023.
Third warmest May in 123 years - Met Éireann - The Irish ... https://www.met.ie/3rd-warmest-may-in-123-years-may2022 May 2022. After an exceptionally cold May 2021 (17th coldest), May 2022 was provisionally Ireland’s 3rd warmest on record. The average temperature being 12.6°C, which is 1.9°C above May’s 20th century average (1901-2000) and 1.3°C above the 1991-2020 average.
Atmospheric Pressure - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/climate/what-we-measure/atmospheric-pressure Atmospheric Pressure - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service Warnings Weather Marine Atmospheric Pressure Atmospheric pressure is an important parameter in monitoring the climate system, as the local and large-scale atmospheric circulation patterns are driven by differences in air pressure.
Services - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/climate/services T is the air temperature at 2 m height (°C), u 2 is the wind speed at 2 m height (m s-1), e s and e a are the saturation vapour pressure and the actual vapour pressure, respectively (kPa), Δ is the slope of the vapour pressure curve (kPa °C-1), and γ is the psychrometric constant (kPa °C-1). Soil Moisture Deficit Calculation
Historical Data - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/climate/available-data/historical-data Historical Data - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service Warnings Weather Marine Historical Data Display and Download Historical Data from current stations Data resolution Hourly Daily Monthly Show closed stations Click here to download Station Details Terms and Conditions:
Climate of Ireland - Met Éireann - The Irish Meteorological Service https://www.met.ie/climate/climate-of-ireland The Meteorological Service, Dublin Recurrent Features of the Irish Climate In general the Atlantic low-pressure systems are well established by December, and depressions move rapidly eastward in December and January, bringing strong winds with appreciable frontal rainfall to Ireland.
Climate Change Indices (ETCCDI) - Met Éireann - The Irish ... https://www.met.ie/climate/climate-change-indices-etccdi Climate Indices are a useful resource for measuring and quantifying climate variability and associated trends. The ETCCDI indices are a set of core climate indices, used to monitor the occurrence of climate extremes of temperature and precipitation.