Ireland’s heatwave is set to last for at least another week – with even more glorious sunshine, high temperatures and dry conditions.
Met Eireann confirmed there is no end in sight during their latest seven-day forecast.
Donegal has yet to introduce a hosepipe ban but that could happen in the coming days.
Met Eireann confirmed: “It will continue warm or very warm and mainly dry with just the odd shower for the rest of this week. There will be good sunshine but some cloudier periods as well and winds remain mostly light.”
Two weather warnings have been issued – one for high temperatures and another for drought or near-drought conditions.
The national forecaster said: “Temperatures will reach 27 degrees or higher in some areas today.”
Issuing a second nationwide warning, Met Eireann added: “With little or no rain forecast for most areas over the coming week, drought or near-drought conditions are expected to develop more widely across Ireland.”
Two Met Eireann weather warnings in place as drought conditions expected to develop in Ireland
“Tonight will be dry with clear spells. Lowest temperatures of 10 degrees in the north to 15 degrees in the south.”Tags: