Met Éireann has issued a fresh warning for high temperatures nationwide.
It's released a Status Yellow warning for the entire country, valid from tomorrow at 12 noon until Sunday morning.
The forecaster says there's a risk of heat stress and water-related incidents.
⚠️UPDATE: Status Yellow - High Temperature warning for Ireland ⚠️
• Heat stress, especially for the more vulnerable of the population
• High Solar UV index
• Risk of water related incidents
Valid: 12:00 Friday to 06:00 Sunday
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— Met Éireann (@MetEireann) August 11, 2022
Elsewhere, the Department of Agriculture has issued an orange fire warning, as temperatures are set to rise up to 31 degrees in places over the next few days.
Those who're planning on having barbeques need to take great care, as the dry conditions can cause fires to spread rapidly.
The Hottest August since 1995 was recorded in OakPark in Carlow yesterday afternoon at 29.2 degrees.