Check for any active weather warnings for the Marine (Small Craft and Gale Warnings), National (Rain, Wind, Temperature, Snow, Ice and Fog) and Environmental (Pollen, UV and Potato Blight).
Interactive animated maps of rainfall radar, rainfall , temperature , wind and pressure forecasts for up to 7 days.
The high resolution rainfall radar updates every 5 minutes.
The rainfall, temperature, wind and pressure forecasts are derived from high resolution Numerical Weather Prediction models.
An Outlook to provide the user with a brief overview of the expected weather for any location in the country for the next 7 days.
Geolocated forecast. The app utilises the GPS functionality of your mobile device to provide a 7 day detailed forecast for your exact location. The user can scroll the detailed forecast and examine the forecast for expected warnings, weather, temperature, wind and rainfall amounts.
The latest weather observations near your location.
The National and Regional Forecast for Today and Tomorrow as well as the Outlook for the country for the next 5 days. These include animated maps which display the forecast weather, temperature and winds.
The Marine Section includes the Sea Area Forecast for the next 24 hours.
The latest reports from around the coast in the Coastal Reports.
The Sea Crossings Forecast which gives the expected state of the sea for the next 24 hours for 5 routes from Ireland.
The Inland Lakes forecast, which provides the expected wind, weather and visibility for 6 inland lakes.
The Farming Commentary which provides information on rain, temperature, sunshine amounts, drying conditions, spraying and field conditions for the past and the coming week.
This app is designed to work on iOS 10 and higher.
About Met Éireann
Met Éireann, Ireland's National Meteorological Service, is a line division of the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government and is the leading provider of weather information and related services in the State. Its mission is to monitor, analyse and predict Ireland's weather and climate and to provide a range of high quality meteorological and related information to the public and to specific customers in, for example, the aviation and agricultural sectors. As a scientific and technical organisation, it strives to utilise the latest technological and scientific advances in order to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and accuracy of its forecasts.
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Ratings and Reviews
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At one time, Met Éireann prided itself on giving comprehensive and detailed forecasts. I was totally appalled when they decided to retire their old website. Has anyone in Met Éireann ever heard the expression “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it!”? The new website and app seem to have “fixed” a lot of things for the worse. The new “maps” are patchy - the pressure gradients are missing, in some places on the map app. On the website, Ireland is cut off at both extremities because it isn’t scaled properly in its view panel. What are they trying to achieve, if they can’t communicate the old essentials - the full, concise information that we’ve all come to depend on?
While I can see that the intention of this app is good, it is overall a poor app. Probably should have been tested by a bigger pool of people before releasing it as it needs just a few tweaks to turn it into an excellent app.
It is very very slow to respond.
The Atlantic Charts are missing - I am used to having these so that I can interpret the weather myself.
The Rainfall radar shows no rain when there is light rain falling on me.
The Predicted Rainfall has said ‘no rain’ when it the day turned out to have light rain - this happened twice.
It would be good to have all the day’s forecast summarised in one page, rather than having to tap forward and back to lots of pages - making the icons smaller would be one way to do this.
Shame about the update.
Look I know in general people dislike change but the latest update is such a disappointment even from a purely UI point of you. I don’t mind the change to the hourly view full of information 99% of people don’t need but the daily view as soon as you open the app is terrible. The information is smaller and less graphical making it harder to read the information at a glance and especially more difficult to recommend to new users. I don’t understand why I need the map taking up half the screen, I’ve no interest in the daily written forecast. This used to be such an easy app to recommend because the information was so glanceable/readable.
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- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 10.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
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