Satellite imagery from NASA shows cloudless Ireland as the country continues its fourth day of heatwave.
Ireland recorded its highest temperature since Thursday, 1976, with mercury reaching Shannon Airport 32C (89.6F). 19659002] In Northern Ireland, where a ban on hose lines began on Friday at 6 pm, similar temperatures and unrest prevailed as at Fermanagh a temperature of 30.4 ° C.
People have shared screenshots with the Worldview tool NASA global Satellite observation of the earth
̵1; Noel Walsh (@ 2LhasaApsos) June 28, 2018
– Carlow Weather (@CarlowWeather) June 28, 2018
Ireland today, courtesy of NASA. No cloud anywhere. pic.twitter.com/fIxesA4hVm
– Diarmuid Cahalane (@DiarmuidCahalan) June 29, 2018
Worldview combines images of the aquatic satellite introduced in 2002 with the satellite Terra, which was launched in 1999.  Since 2012 it offers access to the daily world of imagery.
– Short beach (@Short_Strand) June 28, 2018
– Kildare Weather (@KildareMet) June 28, 2018
In Britain British  Porthmadog in Wales reached 32.6C (90.68F) and has been making progressively highs since Monday.
Some railroad tracks climbed to nearly 50C (122F), leading them to expand and bend as trains had to be stopped on Thursday near Carlisle Station.
Fantastic NASA satellite images show sunny skies over the UK and Ireland this afternoon. The blue color in the sea shows algal blooms, and the brown is sediment from river drain. pic.twitter.com/XZ3kI4n8bV
– Simon Cardy (@weather_king) June 28, 2018
While temperatures are at their peak for the time being, they will be up until the weekend and early next week Saturday
Saturday could reach highs of 29 ° C (84.2 ° F) in England and Scotland, of 27 ° C (80.6 ° F) in Northern Ireland and Wales, and peak levels in some parts of the UK by Monday indicate about 31 ° C (87.8 ° F). 19659002] – Press Association