Dublin weather: Met Eireann's extreme heat blast warning with thunderstorms in chaotic forecast

Published date08 September 2023
AuthorAakanksha Surve
Publication titleDublinLive (Ireland)
A Status Yellow weather warning is in place for high temperatures nationwide. The alert will be valid until 8am tomorrow

The Met Eireann warnings reads: "Very warm and humid weather on Thursday and Friday. Daytime temperatures in excess of 27 degrees in many areas away from coasts with night time temperatures not falling below 15 degrees.

"Potential impacts: Heat stress, uncomfortable sleeping conditions, and risk of water-related incidents"

Today will be very warm with temperatures hitting the highs of 28 degrees or more in some areas. It'll be a mainly dry day with scattered showers that may develop during the afternoon.

Tonight will be warm and humid with dry and clean spells. Temperatures will hit the lows of 16 or 17 degrees.

Tomorrow will see more sunny spells and isolated showers, some of which will be heavy with thunderstorms possible. Temperatures will range from 23 to 26 degrees.

There is no further forecast for Dublin but here's what the national outlook says:

Saturday night

"Mild and humid overnight with clear spells and isolated showers, possibly heavy or thundery. Lowest temperatures of 14 to 17 degrees with patches of mist and fog forming in near calm...

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