Here’s the deal with Met Éireann’s Status Yellow – High Temperature warning
Here’s a weather alert we don’t see too often.
Met Éireann has issued a Status Yellow – High-Temperature warning for Ireland.
The national forecaster is predicting “exceptionally warm weather on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday over Ireland” with sizzling daytime temperatures of 25°C to 30°C.
Pollen Forecast 🤧🌱
The main peak period for grass pollen has now passed but high counts will occur during warm and dry periods, reducing from around 20th July to moderate risk.https://t.co/Mk9Tzkuw8Y pic.twitter.com/xJeBOGyygR
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) July 15, 2022
Meteorologists say heat stress, high solar UV index, and a risk of water-related incidents are some of the issues to look out for over the coming days as the country struggles to cope with the searing July heat.
What to expect in the coming days…
Any mist and fog patches will quickly clear on Saturday morning to give a warm, bright and mostly dry day with long spells of sunshine and just the odd light shower. Highest temperatures will range from 21 to 26 degrees, warmest in the north of Munster.
Sunday will be very warm and dry with widespread hazy sunshine and highest temperatures of 22 to 28 degrees, with hot conditions across most areas on Monday and temperatures of 26 to 29 degrees, “possibly reaching 30 to 32 degrees in some parts”.
The main peak period for grass pollen has now passed but hayfever sufferers have been warned that high counts will occur during warm and dry periods, reducing from around July 20th to moderate risk.