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Saturday 23 September 2023 Dublin: 9°C

# hot hot heat

This month
September 2023
Ireland set for 34°C in Bordeaux with Kelleher 'fighting fit' for return
The Irish squad are finally into a match week at the World Cup.
All time
Tax rises should be considered in October's Budget to prevent economy overheating, ESRI recommends
The think tank says the economy is “now effectively operating at full capacity”.
Supplies already under pressure due to hot spell, Irish Water says
Met Éireann said that temperatures will reach as high as 30 over the next few days.
Power cuts and fire bans as Sydney swelters in hottest temperatures since 1939
Residents have been urged to limit their time out of doors as temperatures soar.
So, can we officially call this warm spell a 'heat wave'?
It’s hot. But is it a heat wave?
It's so hot in Phoenix, planes aren't allowed fly
It’s too hot for some craft to operate.
We've just had the hottest March since records began
The period of January to March was also the warmest on record.
The creepiest thing about this Halloween is how warm it is in Dublin today
Basically, it’s a heatwave.
So when do we officially get to call this a heatwave?
It’s a question we don’t always get to ask in Ireland, so we turned to Met Éireann legend Evelyn Cusack for the answer.
So it was 30 degrees in Laois this afternoon
Hot hot heat.