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RĂ©amhaisnĂ©isĂ reatha: Saturday, 25 February 2017 16:51
Remaining rain affecting southern and eastern counties will clear southeastwards into the Irish Sea this evening. Largely dry elsewhere with clear spells and just a few light showers. Winds mostly moderate westerly or southwesterly, but occasionally fresh and gusty.
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16 February 2017 - El Niño/La Niña UpdateDuring 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
13 February 2017 - Irish Meteorological Society evening talk: "Space Weather"The Irish Meteorological Society is organising an evening talk on the subject of "Space Weather" on Thursday, 16 February, in the Custom House, Dublin. The event will start at 6pm with tea/coffee available from 5.30pm.
07 February 2017 - New Wave Record at Buoy M5A significant wave height of 9.2m and an individual wave of 12.5m was recorded at Buoy M5 at 23:00 on the 2nd February 2017.
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