On Saturday, things will start off mild, with mainly dry scattered showers that will fall away into the afternoon. On the date of transfer, the Irish weather observation network consisted of the following stations:, At first, the new weather service was bolstered by Met Office employees seconded from London, but by 1941 they were able to depend on their own resources. , The service expanded rapidly in the post-war years, with its headquarters relocating to O'Connell Street, opposite the Gresham Hotel in Dublin. The history of modern meteorology in Ireland dates back to 8 October 1860, when the first weather observations were transmitted from Valentia Observatory on Valentia Island in County Kerry to the British Meteorological Office. Met Eireann have warned that Ireland is due to face some ‘cyclonic’ weather conditions over the next few days. As of 2016[update], the director of Met Éireann is Eoin Moran. WOW-IE is the Weather Observations Website of Met Éireann and is part of the global WOW network of
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[needs update], For medium-term forecasts (between 48 hours and approximately two weeks), Ireland, along with 17 other European countries, relies on forecasts provided by the European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts in the United Kingdom. Starting from the weekend into next week, the country will see heavy rainfall and strong winds that could likely result in flooding. See: WOW Disclaimer.
Met Eireann have explained a rare phenomenon spotted over Dublin skies this morning.