The heatwave is here! Today is the hottest day of the year with highs of 25 degrees
The heatwave is officially here.
The heatwave is officially here.
Warm conditions being enjoyed throughout the country will get even better as the mercury soars tomorrow.
The country is set for a 'mini-heatwave', with the mercury to spiral as high as 25C. Following a spell of wet and cold weather, temperatures have been forecast to reach the mid-20s throughout this...
The high temperatures the country experienced at the start of the month are yet to make a return, but it's not all bad news for the weekend ahead.
Ireland’s first glimpse of summer has been put on hold as rain is expected for the “foreseeable future” in most areas of the country.
The unexpected sunshine is well and truly gone, as forecasters promise an "unsettled weekend" ahead.
It looks like summer is well and truly on the way with Irish temperatures set to rival those in Ibiza this week.
You can keep the barbecue cover on, it doesn't look like we're in for a scorcher this May Bank Holiday weekend.
The fresh spring weather that the country experienced in recent days is due to break tonight with wintery showers, low temperatures and...
It's good news for people living in the south of Ireland today as temperatures are set to soar again, but cooler weather is expected to hit the...
People across Ireland have been dusting off the BBQ's and basking in the sunshine today as temperatures reach highs of 18 degrees.
There is good news for sun-seekers as temperatures are set to reach 17C this weekend.
The brilliant sunshine that touched most of the country at the weekend topped off a March that was warmer than in recent years.
The "fine spring weather" with temperatures as high as 17 degrees is to continue into Monday, according to a Met Éireann forecaster.
Commuters have been warned to expect some dangerous driving conditions this morning as...
What better way to celebrate St Patrick's Day and the weekend than with some stereotypical Irish weather?
Blue skies and glorious spring sunshine lifted spirits across the country yesterday.
We always hope for a dry St Patrick’s Day – and this year we might get it.
Wet roads are causing traffic problems in parts of the country this morning as flood alerts have been issued in a number of areas.
Met Éireann have withdrawn national weather warnings as conditions are predicted to improve in the week ahead.
Forecasters have issued a national wind warning as gusts of up to 110km/h are expected today.
You might be craving some fresh air after the wet and wild weather of the past few days, but the sun isn't quite ready to make an appearance yet.
Met Éireann has issued two national weather warnings ahead of the weekend as heavy...
Snow, heavy downpours and blustery winds - it's all in the forecast for this weekend.
Today looks set to be bitterly cold, with Met Éireann warning that there could be hail, thunder and even some snow.
Thousands of homes throughout the country were left without electricity last night as Storm Doris passed through Ireland.
There are still 37,000 customers without power across the country following strong winds...
Normal seasonal weather is "a thing of the past" according to a climate change professor at Oxford University.
Motorists have been warned to slow down and to keep a safe distance from other vehicles, as Storm Doris hits Ireland tonight.
There have been sprinklings of snow and "bitter" weather over the last few days - but conditions are set to improve.
The country is set for freezing conditions and maybe even snow this weekend as temperatures are set to drop below minus three degrees.
Winter will be back with a vengeance as a cold snap hits Ireland later this week.
MAKE sure you grab the brolly before you leave the house today - as Monday is set to be a washout.
A roof was ripped off a building and blown onto a popular bar in Dublin this afternoon.
Motorists and householders have been warned of the risk of flooding in southern and eastern areas due to high spring tides.
Drivers have been warned to watch out for black ice as temperatures are set to drop this weekend.
IT might be time to binge-watch that Netflix show you've been wanting to watch - as this weekend is set to be a cold one.
Fears of widespread disruption yesterday failed to materialise despite an Orange Status weather...
The country is officially feeling the bite.
Thunder-snow is not just a great name for an 80s hair-metal band, it is also a weather phenomenon that could be arriving in Ireland over the coming...
Batten down the hatches as the first real blast of winter is set to strike tonight with strong winds, freezing temperatures and possibly sleet and snow.
Heavy snow and frigid temperatures have gripped large parts of Europe, leading to dozens of deaths, frozen rivers, the grounding of planes and traffic accidents.
Those of you who were dreaming of a white Christmas may be disappointed to hear that the snow will be arriving a few weeks too late.
Stormy weather and record rainfall didn't stop 2016 from becoming one of the warmest years in over a century.
Stormy weather and record rainfall hasn’t stopped 2016 being in the top 20 warmest years in a century.
Met Éireann has said there will be snow on New Year’s Day, giving a “very cold” start to 2017.
It could be bad news for New Year's Eve revelers this weekend, as rain threatens to put a damper on the celebrations.
Met Éireann has issued two weather warnings as storm Barbara will hit parts of the north and north-west of Ireland.
Batten down the hatches; an Arctic storm could hit Irish shores on Christmas Day.
Get ready for the typical Irish Christmas weather as the relatively mild weekend will turn cold and wet.
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