Ireland Set For Red-Hot Summer


Get your bikini’s and flip-flops ready!  

Long-term forecasts suggest that June and July are to be the hottest months of the year, and set to overshadow the scorching summer of 2014. We all remember that one don’t we.

After a no-show of last years summer, experts say temperatures will be hitting the mid – to late – 20’s.  Meteorologists have also said that it’s possible that the rising mercury levels for June could be on par with those from 1976, where temperatures reached a staggering 32.5 degrees Celsius. Let’s hope so!

“As things stand, Ireland can start to look forwards to some nice weather towards the end of May, as high pressure starts to dominate proceedings. It looks like there’ll be lengthy periods of warm sunshine and above average temperatures between late May and July and although question marks surround the August period, it will certainly be a big improvement on anything we have experienced in recent years” he says.

Haven’t we heard this all before James? Let’s hope James is on the money with this one!



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