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    • Regional
    • UK 5 days
    • UK 6-30 days

    Regional forecast for Northern Ireland

    Frequent showers Sunday morning. Drier, brighter, windy Sunday afternoon.

    Today:

    Frequent showers during the morning, heavy at times. Drier, brighter weather developing in the west, extending to eastern areas in afternoon. Light winds at first becoming a stronger westerly in the afternoon, perhaps touching gale on Antrim Coast. Maximum Temperature 9C.

    Tonight:

    A mixture of clear spells and a few showers, and turning cold enough for these to turn wintry over the higher ground. Fresh westerly winds easing. Minimum Temperature 2C.

    Monday:

    A cloudier day with some showers, these occasionally merging into longer spells of rain. Lighter winds for a time then strong westerlies and turning milder later. Maximum Temperature 11C.

    Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

    Tuesday and Wednesday cold and windy with sunshine and showers with the showers wintry on high ground. Thursday cloudy with outbreaks of rain.

    Updated at: 0427 on Sun 29 Mar 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Windy with rain clearing to showers, wintry in the north.

    Today:

    Windy, with gales and locally heavy rain in the south clearing eastwards across England, though showery conditions following with some thunder possible later. Brighter, showery conditions in the north, turning increasingly wintry across Scotland with snow likely over hills.

    Tonight:

    Generally windy, cold with clear spells for many. Showers continuing in the north, wintry across Scotland, possibly even to low levels. Cloudier, milder with outbreaks of rain in the southwest.

    Monday:

    Windy with local gales. A cold, bright start with rain then arriving from the west during the afternoon, locally heavy. Becoming drier later with blustery showers in the far north.

    Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

    Very windy with sunshine and showers, most frequent, wintry, locally thundery with widespread gales in the northwest Tuesday. Winds and showers easing through Wednesday. Cloudier with outbreaks of rain Thursday.

    Updated at: 0403 on Sun 29 Mar 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Thursday 2 Apr 2015 to Saturday 11 Apr 2015:

    Cool and showery weather will continue affecting some northern parts on Thursday, whilst further south it will turn cloudier with some rain crossing eastwards, and eventually clearing away southeast during Friday. Into the Easter weekend, it is most likely that we'll see less windy conditions with more fine and dry weather around, though it is likely to feel cool at times with some showers possible for all. Thereafter changeable conditions are expected, most often across the north, whilst high pressure close to the south of the UK, perhaps occasionally amplifying northwards across the UK, is likely to bring some more prolonged drier and brighter conditions across the south west in particular. Temperatures will generally be near average, occasionally just above in sunnier spells, though with localised overnight frost also possible.

    UK Outlook for Sunday 12 Apr 2015 to Sunday 26 Apr 2015:

    The changeable period is expected to continue, with unsettled conditions interspersed with some spells of fine weather. With a westerly weather type most likely showery outbreaks or longer spells of rain are likely to affect parts of the UK throughout the period. These unsettled conditions will be most frequent across the northwest, although extending further south and east at times. There will also be some drier, brighter and settled periods, these most prolonged the south and east, and perhaps also later in the period. Temperatures are expected to remain close to the average for the middle of April. However they will vary from day to day, and there are likely to be some cold nights, especially in the north where localised frosts remain possible.

    Updated at: 1131 on Sat 28 Mar 2015

    Location Details

    Cookstown

    Location: 54.6454, -6.7455

    Altitude: 79m above mean sea level

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