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People on Portmarnock Beach, Dublin, last Friday. Photograph: Brian Lawless/PA Wire

Dublin had its sunniest month on record in May, with almost 300 hours of sunshine recorded, the national forecaster has said. In its monthly climate (...)

Brothers Sean and Michael Buckley outside their Sandycove auctioneering business which is due to close shortly after over 56 years in business. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell for the Irish Times

It is a death of sorts: the closure today (July 25th) , after 56 years of weekly auctions, of Buckley Galleries in Sandycove. “We miss you more, our h(...)

Heavy rainfall has been predicted in the coming days. Photograph: Alan Betson

Freezing overnight temperatures are due to subside on Thursday morning but a warning of heavy rain and flooding remains with the long winter showing n(...)

 Slane concert-goers battled the mudslides and opening skies at Gun N’Roses as the teeming rain really took hold. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill / The Irish Times

A week of glorious sunshine and high temperatures turned nasty this weekend as torrential rain spread nationwide and even caused flooding in Dublin’s (...)

An ESB crew at work in Sandyford, Co Dublin, following Storm Doris. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Although the month ended with Storm Doris, February’s weather was generally mild and drier than normal in some places, according to the latest Met Éir(...)

A tale of two summers: Ireland enjoyed some exceptionally hot days but in general it was wetter and duller than average. Photograph: The Irish Times

In a development that is not really a huge surprise Met Éireann’s seasonal report confirmed summer 2016 was “mild and dull nearly everywhere”. Figu(...)

Teenagers jump into the sea at the Forty Foot in Dublin during a spell of good weather in June. Photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Dublin had its driest June for 40 years, according to Met Éireann’s latest weather forecast. The station at the Phoenix Park recorded just 11.5mms o(...)

(From left) Lacey Turner (5), Holly McCartin (5) and Jack Turner (5) from Portmarnock and Coolock enjoying the soaring temperatures at Portmarnock Beach in Dublin. Photograph: Collins

Ireland’s hot weather is set to continue today reaching 27 degrees and tomorrow is expected to be even hotter. In the latest temperature recordings ar(...)