Two Areas Of Tipperary Impacted By Water Shortages.

Met Éireann yesterday issued a Status Yellow high temperature warning for, in particular, Leinster and Munster; same valid from midday today Wednesday and running until at least Sunday next, at 6:00am with temperatures forecast to soar from 22 degrees and up to 29 degrees (Celsius).

Two areas in Co. Tipperary are currently impacted by water shortages amid requests from Irish Water to conserve supplies over the coming weeks.

The two areas in Co. Tipperary impacted are Coalbrook, a village in the Slieveardagh Hills, situated 25.4km from Thurles, Co. Tipperary, and Kilcash, located 8 km east of Clonmel, in the south of the county‎.

Residents of the county are being asked to report any leaks to our public water network, by contacting Irish Water at any time on Tel: 1800 278 278 or online on the Irish Water website.

The farming community are being asked to check for leaks on outdoor taps or troughs, while the general public are being asked to bear in mind the high volumes of water needed for paddling pools or swimming pools and to please reuse all such water content for gardening or car washing.

Please also check on your elderly neighbours.


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