An August heatwave appears to be on the way, as Met Éireann has issued an advisory for hot weather.
The forecaster says the country is set to experience a hot spell, particularly from Wednesday (August 10th) to Sunday next (14th).
Daytime temperatures will widely reach the mid- to high-twenties, remaining uncomfortably warm overnight as well.
Weather Advisory for Ireland
Ireland will experience a hot spell developing from Wednesday & continuing through the rest of the week and weekend
Heat stress, especially for the more vulnerable of the population
High Solar UV Index
Risk of water related incidents
— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) August 7, 2022
They're encouraging people to be wary of heat stress - especially those more vulnerable.
There's also a risk of a High Solar UV index.
Anyone taking to the water is also being urged to make sure you do so in a safe manner, preferably where there are lifeguards.
In Waterford, there are five life-guarded beaches: Tramore, Dunmore East, Clonea, Bunmahon, and Ardmore.
The weather advisory is in effect from today (Sunday, 7th August) until midnight on this day week.
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