Northern Eire has provisionally damaged its temperature report for the second day in a row – and the third time in every week.
Armagh reached 31.4C (88.52F) at 3.20pm this afternoon, in response to the Met Workplace, beating the 31.3C (88.34F) in Castlederg in County Tyrone on Wednesday.
The report was first damaged on Saturday when 31.2C (88.16F) was recorded in Ballywatticock.
An amber Met Workplace warning for excessive warmth is in pressure right now in Northern Eire, components of southern England and the Midlands, and most of Wales.
The UK has been sweltering in excessive temperatures for a few week however the heatwave is ready to interrupt up abruptly on the weekend, when there might be flooding in some areas.
A yellow warning for heavy rain and thundery showers is in place in central and southern components of England and Wales.