RĂ©amhaisnĂ©isĂ reatha: Thursday, 20 July 2017 22:30
Tonight persistent and heavy rain over the southwest will spread northeastwards with the risk of thundery downpours leading to localized flooding. Lowest temperatures will fall to between 8 to 12 degrees with light to moderate winds but in coastal areas cyclonic variable winds will increase fresh to strong and gusty, especially along southern and eastern coasts.
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12 July 2017 - Recruitment: Post-doctoral Fellowships in Met Éireann.Met Éireann is to provide two research fellowships which will commence in September 2017.
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