Weather warning in place as spot flooding forecast
The sun may be shining in some parts of the country this morning but, in others, people are being warned of heavy rain and spot flooding.
The sun has got his hat on for mid-term with dry, fine weather
THE outlook is bright for the coming days with Dublin set to bask in sunny and dry weather.
Weather warnings still in place as gusts of 110km/h expected
A status yellow weather warning is in place for certain parts of the country as gusts of wind are expected to reach 110km/h.
Orange weather warning issued as heavy wind expected
It's going to be a windy one out there today, especially for people living on the west coast of Ireland.
Driest November in nearly 70 years as lack of rain is set to continue
Days ‘only fit for ducks and buckets’ were rare for most in Ireland last month, as some parts of the country experienced the driest November in up to nearly 70 years.
Put the macs away but gloves have to stay as cold weather set to continue
A milder morning greeted the nation this morning but it’s not time to hang up your scarf and gloves just yet.
Heavy rain causes morning traffic chaos across the country
Heavy rain across the country is causing traffic chaos for this morning’s commuters.
Wrap up warm - temperatures set to drop as low as freezing tomorrow night
It could be time to grab that extra blanket as temperatures are set to drop as low as freezing in some parts of the country tomorrow night.
Temperatures to hit 20 degrees this weekend
BREAK out the Barbie – our Indian summer has been extended.
Storms: warnings issued for much of the country
HUNDREDS of households have been left without after freak storms wreaked havoc in east Galway, south Roscommon and west Offaly overnight.
Fears of local flooding but temperatures to stay high
KEEP your raincoat and umbrella close at hand, as the next few days will be wet with the possibility of some flooding.
We're in for hot, dry summers and wetter winters, warn scientists
HOT, dry summer days and very wet winter months may become commonplace as forecasters map out Ireland's climate for the decades ahead.
Indian summer to last a few more days
IT'S been a blissful Indian summer to top off an almost perfect season – and it's not quite over yet.
Mercury hits 23C in 'mini Indian Summer'
TEMPERATURES soared yesterday as mercury levels hit a sweltering 23.2C in Dublin's Phoenix Park, which recorded the highest temperature in the country.
Bring the sun cream – Temperatures of 20 degrees expected for All-Ireland final
THERE’S been a noticeable chill in the air this week – however it appears mother nature will give fans travelling to Croke Park on Sunday a late blast of summer heat.
Sun set to shine on Croker for All-Ireland clash as fine weather returns
Whether you’ll be waving the red and green or blue this coming Sunday at Croke Park, fans from both counties should be smiling as the sun is set to make an appearance.
Hold on to your hat – it'll be 100kmh gales again
A WEATHER alert for 100kmh gusts of wind is likely to remain in place today as autumn blows in with a vengeance.
Summer's last hurrah is over – autumn is on way
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