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Wednesday, 29 March 2017 05:11
Today

Mostly overcast today, with occasional outbreaks of rain, turning heavy across much of the western half of the country, but more patchy in eastern areas. Some dry spells also. Misty, with hill and coastal fog, but mild. Maximum temperatures 12 to 16 Celsius, in moderate to fresh southerly winds.

Tonight

Tonight will be mostly cloudy, with patches of rain and drizzle, persistent in places, but good dry spells in many areas also. Misty, with hill and coastal fog persisting. Minimum temperatures 7 to 11 Celsius, in light to moderate southerly breezes, fresh along southern and eastern coasts.
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Irish Meteorological Society Lecture: The Tellus Project 
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