Odds On Ireland To Hit Record Temperature This Summer
We have the latest odds for you on Ireland to hit record temperature this summer as Irish people prepare for a warm summer ahead.
Ireland To Hit Record Temperature in Summer of 2023 Odds
With warm weather being tipped for this weekend and a stretch in the evening well and truly creeping in, BoyleSports is betting that Summer 2023 will go down as the hottest on record.
It’s just 7/1 with BoyleSports that Ireland’s long-standing sizzling record of 33.3°C, clocked in Kilkenny in 1887, will be broken.
Odds On Irish Summer Weather for 2023
Sun worshippers will be happy to hear that even if Ireland doesn’t beat its scorching 19th century record, the odds on a glorious summer are still in our favour with BoyleSports offering just 5/4 that the mercury will rise to a high of between 31.01 – 32°C, while it’s 5/2 it will climb to a high of between 32.01 – 33°C.
2022 The Warmest Year On Record In Ireland
Last year saw temperatures soar to 33°C just .3°C short of the record, but 2022 did go down in history as the warmest on record and BoyleSports is offering 5/1 that 2023 will be warmer again. According to Met Eireann, 2022’s average shaded air temperature in Ireland was provisionally 10.83C, which is 1.28C above the 1961-1990 LTA making 2022 the warmest year on record, 0.06C warmer than 2007, the previous warmest year.
Sarah Kinsella, spokesperson for BoyleSports, said:
“With the long evenings creeping in, and a noticeable shift in the temperature, our sun loving punters are rallying behind the big record being scorched this year. 2023 could be the year that burns the bookies.”
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