Heatwave all week long.
Met Éireann has issued a High Temperature Advisory, warning that Ireland will experience high temperatures until the end of the week. It reads: “Continuing very warm until Friday, with day time temperatures into the high twenties and very humid at night with temperatures staying in the mid to high teens.”
As for the local Munster forecast, Met Éireann is predicting that “Tuesday will be another very warm and dry day with widespread sunshine.
“Temperatures reaching 25 to 28 degrees generally, but staying a few degrees less warm along coasts with sea breezes developing.”
We’ll be in for a warm night with temperatures ranging from 14-18 degrees, a state of affairs that will continue at least until July 23rd.
Daytime highs could soar to 29 degrees on Wednesday and 28 on Thursday, with night-time remaining very warm and humid throughout. Both days are expected to be hot and dry with Thursday being a bit hazier than Wednesday.
Friday is set to be a “generally dry day over the northern half of the country with spells of warm sunshine.
“However, scattered showers will develop over the southern half of the country through the day, with the potential for some thundery downpours.” While some of the heat will ease off, we can still expect highs between 22 degrees and 26 degrees.