The European Severe Storms Laboratory (ESSL) is a non-profit research organisation which focuses on severe convective storms. We are based near Munich in Germany and in Wiener Neustadt, Austria, where we offer training courses to[more]
Data rescue is the process whereby original data records are catalogued and imaged. Met Éireann’s archive contains handwritten climate and rainfall records dating back to the mid-1800s. These data records are at risk, due to[more]
The International Association of Broadcast Meteorology (IABM) represents hundreds of weather presenters in dozens of countries. We work for television stations, national meteorological services, and even private sector weather companies. While we have different responsibilities,[more]
The European Meteorological Society would like to engage with more Member Societies and Associate Members through Twitter. In recent weeks we have started to follow the accounts of some Societies but we may have missed[more]
Evelyn Cusack, Head of the Forecasting Division in the Irish Meteorological Service, Met Éireann, has been selected to receive the EMS Broadcast Meteorologist Award 2018. This award honours life achievement of an outstanding broadcast meteorologist.[more]
Over the past few years researchers at Met Éireann have produced a climate reanalysis dataset, called MÉRA – Met Éireann Reanalysis, for the period 1981-2017 for an area covering Ireland, the UK and northern France. Climate[more]
Two articles by René Morin and Jon Wieringa recording the history of the founding of the EMS have been published in Weather. Both articles appear under the title “Associating weather societies across Europe“. Thanks to[more]
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