— James Ellsmoor 🏝 (@jellsmoor) June 27, 2019
Latest high temperatures for next two days from high resolution model. It is going to get hot with strong UV levels and also high pollen count. Don’t forget the sunscreen and also lots of water for you and your pets! pic.twitter.com/8d1H9kJZ6M
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) June 27, 2019
Scenes from Portmarnock Beach, north county Dublin (permission granted)
Some more cloud over Ireland today with the UK enjoying the best of the sunshine but still hitting 20c at some stations in Ireland with High Pressure sitting over us and much of Europe as you can see on latest Satellite images from NASA. pic.twitter.com/geXyOWgpA1
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) May 14, 2019
Farmleigh, Phoenix Park, Dublin.
The unseasonably hot weather continues.
It’s too damn hot.
From top: Penny Ashford (left) and Nana Ashford; Marie O’Reily (left) and Mary Sourke; Laura Kerins and Fay Foran; Alexander von Rauschenberger and Wioleta Bcrawska. Permission granted.
Sun worshippers in Stephen’s Green, Dublin 2.
Anybody doing work?
Just us then.
Seapoint, County Dublin
Galoofing Trinity College students, including Aoife Walsh (above left) and Ella Walter (above right), become dangerously overheated in freakishly-early Spring sunshine.
Put some clothes on.
Rathangan, County Kildare.
Current rainfall radar and estimated accumulated rainfall based on radar for last 24 hours as the rain arrives with more following in behind. So if you see farmers out in a field dancing in the rain get out and join them! pic.twitter.com/TWRQYZ74CM
— Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) July 26, 2018
Curracloe Beach., County Wexford
Irish Air Corps write:
These shots show the extent of the damage from last night’s fire at Curracloe beach. The Air Corps assisted Wexford Fire Service by dropping 44,400 litres of water on the fire! #
South Dublin city centre.
*fills hot tub*