Heatwave sees Met Éireann issue warning for high temperatures

Heatwave sees Met Éireann issue warning for high temperatures

Heat warning

A weather warning has been issued for high temperatures in counties bordering Laois.

Met Éireann has put in place a high temperature warning for Dublin, Carlow, Kildare, Wicklow and Meath with maximum temperatures hitting of 27C or 28 C.

The warning was issued on Tuesday afternoon and is valid from noon, Wednesday 21 June  to 6pm Wednesday, June 21.

Laois Weather, an unofficial weather monitoring service, recorded a high of over 27C on Monday. By 2pm on Tuesday, June 20 the Laois temperature, which is taken near Durrow, showed temperatures reaching the mid 20s.

More details on Wednesday's weather here

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