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Current Forecast:

Friday, 24 March 2017 12:21
Today

Dry and mostly sunny today with light or moderate breezes. However, the sunshine may turn a little hazy in Ulster and north Connacht. Temperatures will range from 11 to 13 degrees generally but only reaching 9 or 10 degrees along the east coast with a chilly onshore breeze here.

Tonight

Staying dry and mostly clear tonight but with a few pockets of mist or fog. A chilly night with frost forming in sheltered spots. Lowest temperatures ranging from +3 to -2 degrees in light breezes, mainly northeasterly in direction.
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24 March 2017
Arctic sea ice hits a record low maximum extent
Arctic sea ice appears to have reached its annual maximum extent on March 7. This is the lowest maximum in the 38-year satellite record.

13 March 2017
Irish Meteorological Society Lecture: The Tellus Project 
Thursday, 16 March, at 6pm in the Custom House. Dr. James Hodgson of the Geological Survey, Ireland, will give a presentation on the Tellus Project. Tellus is a a very interesting and exciting programme that uses ground and airborne measurements to map geoscience data. It uses a low-flying aircraft to measure the Earth’s magnetic field, natural radiation and ground conductivity through electromagnetic signals. 

16 February 2017
El Niño/La Niña Update
During the second half of 2016, tropical Pacific Ocean surface temperatures were at borderline weak La Niña/cool-neutral levels. Many atmospheric ENSO indicators also approached or exceeded La Niña thresholds. During January 2017, tropical Pacific Ocean temperatures and some atmospheric fields clearly returned to ENSO-neutral levels. With weak La Niña signals since mid-2016, in some regions the influence of other climate drivers may have equaled or even outweighed that of EN

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