Irish Weather Online forecast 100kmh gusts on hills and coasts, worst in the South.
What does IWO stand for?
IWO stands for Irish Weather Online (Ireland)
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- International Workcamp Organization (Seoul, South Korea)
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- International Wildlife Officers Association
- International Workshop on Bioinformatics
- Ignace-White Otter Country (Canada)
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- Impreza Web Owners Club (car club; UK)
- Incarcerated Workers Organizing Committee
- Independent Writers of Chicago
- International Wheel of Colour Association (UK)
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Forecasters at Irish Weather Online and Exacta Weather released long-range forecasts that show snowfall as early as the end of October and a 36 per cent chance of snow on Christmas Day in Ireland.
The Irish Weather Online reported that 2011 is on target to record the largest number of earthquakes in a single year for at least 12 years.
Irish Weather Online predicted highs of up to 17C in Co Wicklow, which benefits from the "downsloping" effect boosting temperatures after westerly winds dry out over mountains.
Irish Weather Online spokesman Fergal Tierney said: "The reason for the persistent rainfall was an active frontal wave lying northsouth through eastern Ireland.
Irish Weather Online blamed the wet spell on a depression sweeping from the Atlantic.
Irish Weather Online forecaster Peter O'Donnell added: "Monday will be rather cold and windy with showers of rain or hail, and snow or sleet could fall on the highest summits.
Irish Weather Online forecaster Peter O'Donnell said: "Most regions could get well into the 20s in this pattern, and a couple of degrees more than 24C would be possible given enough sunshine.