It looks like the national hosepipe ban will be extended with harsher measures implemented in an effort to tackle the ongoing drought.
The current ban is due to last until July 31st, but Irish Water says it's likely to be extended.
According to Indepenent.ie, the utility company also said that the public could not afford to be lax in their efforts to conserve water as the drought continues.
A spokesperson for Irish Water said, "Just because outages are being avoided, it may give the impression that the current position is less than critical.
But, the "most likely scenario" going forward will include more serious restrictions which everyone will notice.
Currently, there is a nationwide hosepipe ban as well as reduced pressure between 12 pm - 5 am in four counties.
Today Kate talks about new details on our website for the Greater Dublin Area relating to restrictions in place & why we implement. Also she talks about current water usage, showing the positive impact the public's water conservation efforts have had. https://t.co/GyUklzPGc2
— Irish Water (@IrishWater) July 20, 2018
This is gonna be zero craic.