There are no National Warnings in operation
Current Forecast: Monday, 24 April 2017 16:01
Cold and blustery this evening with bright spells and showers, some with hail.
Cold and windy tonight with clear spells and showers. The showers will be most frequent across Ulster and Connacht with some wintry falls and with the risk of hail and thunder near Atlantic coasts. Minimum temperatures of between zero and +3 degrees with a frost forming in sheltered areas. Fresh to strong and gusty north to northwest winds.
24 April 2017
Irish Meteorological Society Public Lecture
Climate Ireland - Supporting Decision Making Under an Uncertain Future, 6PM, Thursday, 27 April, in the Custom House, Dublin
11 April 2017
Met Éireann very high resolution climate reanalysis for Ireland (MÉRA)
Met Éireann has carried out a 35-year very high resolution (2.5 km horizontal grid) regional climate reanalysis for Ireland using the ALADIN-HIRLAM numerical weather prediction system. This reanalysis spans the period 1981 to 2015 and includes surface, near-surface and atmospheric parameters. This dataset is the first of its kind for Ireland.
04 April 2017
Expressions of Interest invited to serve on Met Éireann's Advisory Committee
The Minister for Housing, Planning, Community
and Local Government, Mr Simon Coveney T.D. is to establish an Advisory
Committee for Met Éireann to assist in its strategic development. Met Éireann,
Ireland's National Meteorological Service, is a line division of the
Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government.