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RĂ©amhaisnĂ©isĂ reatha: Tuesday, 22 August 2017 11:34
Widespread showers, with heavy thundery downpours through the course of the afternoon and evening, particularly over parts of Leinster, Connacht and Ulster with the risk of localised spot flooding. Misty too with hill and coastal fog. Top temperatures of 18 to 22 degrees. Light to moderate southeast winds will veer southwest later.
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11 August 2017 - Public lecture: "A half-century of weather forecasting in Ireland" by Gerald FlemingThe Inaugural Tom Keane Lecture will be given by Gerald Fleming, Head of Forecasting in Met Éireann, on Tuesday September 5th in the National Botanic Gardens Dublin.
10 August 2017 - Recruitment: Post-doctoral Fellowship in Met Éireann.Met Éireann has a position available for a post-doctoral researcher as part of the EUPHEME project.
03 August 2017 - Very Hot Weather Now in Southeast EuropeA cold front extending from the middle of France up through Germany is keeping much of Northwestern Europe in a showery slightly cooler than normal airstream. However, to the South of this front, a large area of high pressure that is almost stationary is bringing very hot weather to many parts of Southern and Eastern Europe at the moment.
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