Scott Molloy from Ennis watching the sunset at Lough Bunny, Co. Clare. Pic Martin Molloy Photography
County Clare recorded its highest temperature of the year to date on Tuesday.
The temperature at Shannon Airport reached 18.9c during the afternoon making it the second hottest location in the country after Valentia where mercury levels reached 19.4c.
Similar conditions are expected during Wednesday and early Thursday before more unsettled conditions sweep across the country during Thursday night and on Friday. A much colder, showery regime is expected to be in place for the weekend and the early days of next week.
A cottage between Ennistymon and Lahinch. Pic Ann O’Connell Images
Waxing crescent moon as photographed from Shannon, Co. Clare by John Meyler Photography
Cliffs of Moher at sunset. Pic Caitriona Considine
Early purple orchids and cowslips at Mullaghmore in the Burren. Pic Clare By Nature
Knockalough, Kilmihil, Co. Clare. Pic Ann O’Connell Images
Poulnabrone Dolmen, The Burren, Co.Clare. Pic John Meyler Photography
Sunset in Quilty on Monday evening. Pic Damien McCarthy
The scene at Drumeevin in North West Clare. pic Clare by Nature
Ireland and Britain from space at midday. Image modis/nasa
Deer at Dromoland. Pic: David Crimmins
Feeding time at Cooleen Bridge, between Scarriff and Feakle, County Clare. Pic: Keith Barringer