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Met Éireann forced a change in the names of several storms because suggestions from British forecasters were too Irish, not Irish enough, and, in one case, too similar to a country and western star.
The postponement of several GAA games last weekend due to the weather was widely criticised — the lateness of the decisions, specifically, in some cases.
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Here's your morning bulletin.
Gerald Fleming may be gone from our TV screens, but he’s as busy as ever generating forecasts from Met Éireann HQ. Jonathan deBurca Butler visits on World Meteorological Day.
The Government has launched a ‘Be Winter Ready’ campaign to ensure people are prepared for extreme weather.
The Government has launched a new website to help people to prepare for the winter months.
There are fresh flood fears emerging, with heavy rain sweeping the country last night and most likely today.
All but five of Met Éireann's stations around the country have seen record levels of rainfall for December.
Forecasters have said that good weather looks set to last for a week for the most part.
Met Éireann has just issued a Status Red weather warning – its highest level.
Hail, rain, or snow climate change is on the way, so says a RTÉ series covering our fascinating relationship with the weather, says Jonathan deBurca Butler.
Around 1,900 people are without power in parts of the south east and south west of the country this morning.
The minister in charge of the Government’s response to the flooding crisis has said it cannot solve all the problems but it will limit the impact on those who have been affected.
No big freezes or major floods are expected this winter, with forecasters predicting nothing out of the ordinary.
Met Éireann says there are no indications that the coming winter will be particularly severe.
Weather conditions are expected to take a turn for the worst this afternoon with heavy rain and strong winds expected.
A weather warning remains in place as hurricane-like weather is due to hit the country this afternoon.
Feeling a bit warmer and a good bit wetter? That will be our weather then, according to a new study of long-term weather patterns published by Met Éireann yesterday.
ALL THIS talk of getting a good summer because the frog-spawn is early or the dolphins are staying north makes Gerald Fleming a bit impatient.
Met Eireann has said there are no indications so far of any severe weather this winter.
Met Eireann has said today that a thaw is due to set in from tomorrow.
Met Eireann has said a thaw is due to set in from tomorrow.
Motorists are being warned to heed safety advice and slow down, as the cold snap continues.
More snow is forecast today, although there is unlikely to be as much as in recent days.
Our airports are all open for business, despite the weather, but there is some travel disruption because of the snow and ice.
FORECASTERS yesterday predicted the coldest December on record with more snow on the cards and biting temperatures lasting at least six days.
Forecasters today predicted the coldest December on record with more snow on the cards and biting temperatures lasting at least six days.
WATER shortages are the next big problem facing householders and businesses as a result of the ongoing freeze.
Motorists have been warned of the dangers of freezing fog and black ice as the sub zero temperatures continue for another two nights.
Public transport services were largely working as normal this evening, officials said, with gardaí however warning motorists to exercise extreme caution on the roads.
Roads chiefs have ordered local authorities to mix salt with coarse sand so that supplies can be maintained for the next two weeks.
FORECASTERS warned last night that it could be a week before enough rain hits Ireland to break up the volcanic ash plume drifting from Iceland.
Irish airspace will remain closed until at least 11am tomorrow morning, it has been announced.
MET ÉIREANN said while the rainfall which preceded November’s devastating floods in Cork could be expected to occur every 25 years it could not be described as “extraordinary”.
FEARS over the safety of drinking water in areas where fertiliser was used to de-ice roads have been allayed after initial tests showed the urea did not contaminate supplies.
Householders around the country tonight faced a second evening without fresh running water as reservoirs were ordered to ration supplies.
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