Extreme heat warnings issued by Met Office and Met Eireann for Derry and Donegal
With poor cloud cover, high UV levels as well as high pollen levels are expected Wednesday, Thursday and Friday with temperatures expected to climb into the 20’s and even 30’s in parts of Derry Donegal and Tyrone.
For Derry and the north, the Met Office reports that for Wednesday “any nighttime haze is dissipating quickly to leave all parts with a dry, sunny day. Becoming warm, locally very warm, but a few cooling sea breezes to the north. Maximum temperature 29 ° C ”.
His outlook for Thursday to Saturday says: “A few hot to very hot days with lots of sunshine and remaining dry. Light winds.
Meanwhile, Met Eireann has issued a yellow alert for Ulster over the next few days. For Tuesday, he reports: “Today dry and beautiful with long periods of sun and light winds, low clouds and haze will persist along the north coast this afternoon.
“Very hot this afternoon with highest temperatures 26-30 degrees inland, cooler along the coast with light land breezes.”
Met Eireann has indicated that tonight will be “very hot and humid” with temperatures as low as 14-17 degrees.
Tomorrow Wednesday will be “dry and hot with long periods of sunshine.” There is a very low probability that an isolated heavy downpour will develop in the northwest later in the day. The highest temperatures of 26 to 30 degrees in a light breeze from the southeast.
And the good weather is expected to continue through the weekend, with Saturday also shaping up to be sunny before it turns cloudier on Sunday.
So if you are on the go be sure to bring sunscreen!