Donegal is set to bask in glorious temperatures again today with the thermometer set to hit 27 degrees in some places.
But Met Eireann has warned that there are changes on the way.
Donegal’s beaches and parks are busy and again people are being asked to social distance at all times.
Those out walking and jogging are again reminded to be careful especially when stepping off footpaths to avoid other people.
There are no lifeguards on duty on Donegal’s beaches until late June and people are being advised to be extra careful if swimming.
The national forecaster says that today will be dry, warm and mostly sunny, though some cloud will bubble up over the west of the country this afternoon.
Met Eireann say: “Top temperatures of 22 to 27 degrees generally, warmest in the midlands and west, but a little cooler along the east coast in light easterly or variable breezes.”
Today sunny but the sunshine will turn hazier in the afternoon as clouds build, particularly over the north of the country.
Outbreaks of rain and showers will develop in Ulster and north Connacht from the late afternoon, pushing southeastwards in the evening.
Met Eireann say: “Maximum temperatures of 22 to 26 degrees generally, highest in the midlands, east and south, but cooler in north and northwest with maxima of 16 to 20 degrees.
“Winds will be light and variable at first, becoming moderate northwesterly later.”
From Tuesday night onwards, Met Eireann predict a “noticeable change to cooler and more changeable conditions from midweek.”