You might need your beach umbrella for shelter later on.
Met Éireann is forecasting another glorious day of sunshine across Cork, but there is a chance that scattered thunderstorms may develop through the afternoon and into the evening.
Despite the odd rumble, forecasters assure us there’s a “relatively hot day with good spells of sunshine” ahead, with highest temperatures of 24 to 27, possibly higher locally.
“Any lingering showers will clear to leave a dry night with a mix of cloud and clear spells. Another warm and humid night with temperatures not falling below 15 to 17 degrees, in light northeasterly breezes.”
⚠️The Yellow High Temperature Warning is in place until Saturday morning
The Amber Heat Warning in NI is in effect until midnight tonight 👇https://t.co/7NhCA48TLr
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) July 23, 2021
Meanwhile, a Status Yellow – High-Temperature warning for Ireland remains in place until Saturday at 9am. With hot conditions by day, it will stay “very warm and humid at night”.
“Daytime maximum temperatures generally 27 to 30 degrees Celsius with overnight values not falling below 15 to 19 degrees.”
The national forecaster says we can expect further sunshine on Saturday and Sunday, and dry weather for most areas, although some isolated showers will develop later in the afternoons. Highest temperatures will range from 24 to 26 degrees.