THEY have covered everything from storms to flooding and let us know when it's wise to bring a brolly to work, but it was the heat that proved too much for one Irish weather presenter.
Joanna O'Donnelly, a meteorologist with Irish broadcaster RTÉ shared a satellite sequencing image which predicted the mercury could hit 30 degrees in parts of the country this afternoon on what is expected to be the hottest day of the year so far.
Ms Donnelly said she had never seen anything like it in her 14 years at Met Eireann.
— Joanna Donnelly (@JoannaDonnellyL) July 18, 2016
She sent a follow-up tweet, taking full advantage of sunshine...
— Joanna Donnelly (@JoannaDonnellyL) July 19, 2016
People have been responding proving her point...
— Rose Ponsonby (@ponsonbr) July 18, 2016