The science behind the weather forecast?

Press/Media: Research

Description

How historic data about weather events can tell us about what comes next

Climate change is going to have a huge impact on future weather in Ireland into the future so what's the science behind forecasting these changes? In the latest episode of the Brainstorm radio show on RTÉ Radio One, presenter Ella McSweeney finds out how climate modelling works with Conor Murphy (Maynooth University), Paul Dunlop (Ulster University) and Conor Sweeney (UCD)

Subject

Climate modeliling, Climate change and weather

Period23 Jul 2020

Media contributions

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Media contributions

  • TitleWhat's the science behind the weather forecast
    Degree of recognitionNational
    Media name/outletRTE 1 Brainstorm
    Media typeRadio
    Duration/Length/Size30 minutes
    CountryIreland
    Date23/07/20
    DescriptionHow historic data about weather events can tell us about what comes next

    Climate change is going to have a huge impact on future weather in Ireland into the future so what's the science behind forecasting these changes? In the latest episode of the Brainstorm radio show on RTÉ Radio One, presenter Ella McSweeney finds out how climate modelling works with Conor Murphy (Maynooth University), Paul Dunlop (Ulster University) and Conor Sweeney (UCD)

    This episode was produced by Tom McGuire, the researcher was Maura Fay and the sound operator was Nicky Dempsey.
    Producer/AuthorTom Maguire
    URLhttps://www.rte.ie/brainstorm/2020/0722/1154832-weather-forecast-science-climate-change/
    PersonsPaul Dunlop

Keywords

  • Climate Change
  • weather
  • cimate modelling