Donegal County Council is appealing to landowners and members of the public to exercise caution over the next few days in order to prevent wildfires in the county.
The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine has issued a notice of high fire risk for all areas.
As temperatures remain in the mid to high twenties today, land owners and members of the public in Donegal are being urged to be vigilant and to report any uncontrolled or unattended fires immediately to the Fire Service by dialling 999 or 112.
Donegal County Council is appealing for people to exercise caution in order to prevent the wildfires in areas where there is gorse or heather.
There is also an added risk of these wildfire occurring due to moderate easterly wind speeds of 20kph in some areas.
Householders or building owners in areas susceptible to wildfire are advised to remove or cut back any vegetation in the immediate vicinity of their house, building or oil tank to prevent fires from destroying their property.
A spokesperson for the county council says it wants to remind people that it is an offence for landowners and members of the public to burn any vegetation between March 1st August 31st day.
The status orange fire warning will remain in place until at least midday next Monday July 1st.