There are no National Warnings in operation
Current Forecast: Sunday, 04 December 2016 11:44
Dry in most areas for the rest of the day, with a few bright or sunny spells, but predominantly cloudy. A few spots of drizzle may occur, mainly along south and southwest coasts. Maximum temperatures 5 to 7 degrees generally, but 9 or 10 degrees near south and southwest coasts. Winds mostly moderate easterly, but fresh for a time along exposed south coasts.
Tonight will be dry in most areas, with a few clear spells, mainly in the northern half of the country, where there is a risk of some patchy frost where any breaks in cloud occur. Minimum temperatures here 0 to 4 Celsius. South Munster and the far south of Leinster will be cloudy and less cold, with temperatures of 4 to 7 Celsius and a little patchy drizzle is possible along the coasts. A few fog patches also. Winds will be mostly light to moderate, southeast to east.
02 December 2016
Weather Summaries for Autumn and November 2016.
Autumn: Dry everywhere; cool autumn conditions in parts. November: Cold month reported everywhere; dry or very dry for most places.
30 November 2016
The Irish Meteorological Society Seminar on Aviation and Weather
The Irish Meteorological Society will hold a half-day Seminar on Aviation and Weather in the National Botanic Gardens’ Lecture Theatre, Glasnevin, on the morning of Saturday, 10 December 2016, 10:00 to 13:00
21 November 2016
Met Éireann’s Voluntary Observers
Presentation to Brother James O’Hare of the Salesian Order for operation of climate station at Warrenstown Horticultural College since 1951.