Met Éireann reveal temperature charts for Irish heatwave: Where were the highest temperatures recorded?
Longford experienced temperatures above 25 degrees Celcius in nine of the last ten heatwave days according to figures recorded at Mount Dillon and released by Met Éireann.
Today, Wednesday, July 4, is Day 11 of the Irish heatwave.
Met Éireann has shared the locations where it recorded days above 25 degrees Celcius in the past ten days with day ten being Tuesday, July 3.
The hottest recorded temperature, with a sizzling 32 degrees Celcius, was at Shannon Airport, with Mount Dillon, outside Lanesboro, coming in with the second highest recorded temperature of 30.5.
Also read: Longford hit with new high temperature weather warning from Met Éireann
Oak Park Carlow is the only location where temperatures exceeded 25 degrees Celcius in each of the last ten heatwave days.
Have a look at the full list of hottest locations recorded by Met Eireann.
Yesterday was day 10 of our heatwave ☀️ pic.twitter.com/tvwe59Ve7K— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) July 4, 2018
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