The heatwave's prompting water restrictions to prevent a drought.
Irish Water says overnight shutdowns have been introduced in parts of West Cork, Kerry, Galway and Donegal - with more on the way.
In order to maintain a daytime water supply, customers in Stranorlar and Ballybofey are advised that nighttime water restrictions will be in place between 10pm-9am until further notice. See https://t.co/Dj6KWwbLR1 for more. @donegalcouncil pic.twitter.com/THsAHRDFF9
— Irish Water (@IrishWater) August 12, 2022
Water supplies to households in Stranorlar and Ballybofey in Co Donegal will be reduced from 10pm to 9am for the coming days.
Meanwhile Galway customers in Tamplecross, Gurteen, Carrabane, Cahertinny, Caherhenryhoe, Attymon and Kiltullagh may notice low water pressure and an interruption to supplies in the coming days.
Those living on Cape Clear, just off the Galway coast, will have no water from 8.30pm until 7.30am until further notice.
The body is asking households across the country to be mindful of their water usage, with temperatures expected to reach 31 degrees again today.
37 water supply plants have been impacted by the hot and dry conditions, and a further 60 are being closely monitored.