Break out the sunscreen again as temperatures hit 26C today


Grab your sunscreen because it’s going to be another warm day with long rays of sunshine and temperatures hitting the high 20s.

et Éireann forecast that high pressure will continue to bring stable, mostly dry and sunny conditions for the rest of the week.

It will also be very warm and hot into the weekend, with temperatures widely in the mid to high 20s.

Irish Water has not yet imposed usage restrictions but is appealing to the public to conserve stocks.

Met Éireann has a weather warning for hot weather from today until next Monday.

“Ireland will see a hot spell developing from Wednesday and continuing through the rest of the week and weekend,” the forecaster says. “Daytime temperatures will widely reach the mid to high 20s. Stay uncomfortably warm even overnight.”

The public are advised to watch out for heat stress, “particularly for the vulnerable demographic” and there will be a high sun’s UV Index, while people are advised to watch out for an increased risk of water-related incidents.

All fog and mist will clear from most areas this morning to leave a dry and sunny day, but coastal fog may linger in places for most of the day.

It will be warm with maximum temperatures of 20°C to 26°C, warmest in the south and east, with mostly light south-west winds or a changeable breeze.

Tonight will be dry and clear with fog and mist developing over near calm or calm conditions, with temperatures generally not dropping below 7C to 12C.

Fog and fog will clear from most locations on Wednesday morning but may linger again near some shorelines.

Otherwise it will be a very warm, dry and sunny day with maximum temperatures generally between 23°C and 27°C with light breezes but slightly cooler in the north west coastal parts with more moderate south west winds.

It will be dry and clear overnight, with fog and fog developing in mostly calm conditions, with temperatures not falling below 9C to 14C.

Thursday will be a hot, dry and sunny day with mostly light breezes with highest temperatures between 23°C and 28°C, hottest in Leinster and Munster.

It will be a very mild night with temperatures generally not dropping below 10°C to 15°C and staying above 16°C or 17°C in places.

Friday will be a hot day with long sun rays, it will be dry for most with only occasional rain showers.

The highest temperatures are between 25°C and 28°C or 29°C with a light easterly breeze. It will remain very warm overnight with temperatures not dropping below the mid to high teens.

Saturday and Sunday will be mostly dry with good sunshine and mostly light breezes over the weekend, although intermittent thunderstorms are possible.

Saturday will continue to be hot with highs of 25C to 29C before dropping slightly on Sunday with highs of 23C to 27C. Night time temperatures do not fall below the mid to high teens. Break out the sunscreen again as temperatures hit 26C today

Fry Electronics Team

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