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13 Aug 2022

WEATHER: Highest temperature since 1887 officially recorded in Ireland

WEATHER: Highest temperature since 1887 recorded in Ireland

Dublin's Phoenix Park has officially broken the highest 20th and 21st air temperature record with 33.0°C which is Ireland’s highest of 2022 so far and 12.8°C above normal.

Dublin's Phoenix Park has officially broken the highest 20th and 21st air temperature record with 33.0°C which is Ireland’s highest of 2022 so far and 12.8°C above normal.

The all-time highest temperature recorded in the country stands at 33.3°C which was recorded in 1887 at Kilkenny Castle.

Today's (Monday, July 18) temperature could break the 135-year-old record later this afternoon if temperatures continue to rise.

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