Today is the joint hottest day of the year in Ireland, with temperatures above 25 degrees Celsius recorded in Dublin's Phoenix Park.

It is the hottest late-September day since records began.

Warmer temperatures have been recorded in the month of September, but never at the end of the month, according to Met Éireann.

Phoenix Park's recording station measured 25.5 degrees at peak temperature today.

The last time these levels were recorded was 3 June.

Parts of the country, though, has mist and rain today, with temperatures struggling to get above 13c.

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