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

    Regional forecast for Northern Ireland

    Fog patches clearing, then mainly dry and sunny on Thursday.

    This Evening and Tonight:

    A few showers in the far north, otherwise a dry night with long clear spells is expected. It will turn chilly and, with light winds, some fog patches are expected. Minimum Temperature 4°C.


    Overnight mist and fog patches soon clear to leave a largely fine, mainly dry day with sunny spells developing. With light winds it will feel quite warm in the sunshine. Maximum Temperature 15°C.

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

    Rather cloudy through Friday and the weekend with outbreaks of rain, the rain is expected to be most persistent on Sunday.

    Updated at: 1613 on Wed 07 Oct 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Rain for the Northern Isles, elsewhere fine with clear spells.

    This Evening and Tonight:

    Rain becoming confined to the Northern Isles overnight, leaving most places dry with clear spells and just the occasional shower. Chillier than of late with fog patches.


    Rain clearing Shetland early afternoon, however most places will be dry with sunny spells after a chilly start, but isolated showers will develop. Feeling pleasantly warm in the sunshine.

    Outlook for Friday to Sunday:

    Cloudier with rain at times in the northwest during Friday and Sunday, otherwise largely fine for most with spells of sunshine. Rather breezy and generally feeling cooler.

    Updated at: 1434 on Wed 07 Oct 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Monday 12 Oct 2015 to Wednesday 21 Oct 2015:

    Initially it looks likely that northwestern areas will be rather cloudy with rain or showers at times whereas further south and east it will be generally drier and brighter. However it will feel rather chilly across the south of the UK as a fresh easterly breeze develops. As we go through next week the most likely scenario will be for eastern then southern areas to be unsettled at times with central and northern Britain more likely to be drier and brighter. By the following weekend onwards there is currently much uncertainty but the latest indications are for rain or showers at times, mainly in the south, with the north more likely to be drier. Temperatures will probably be around or slightly below average.

    UK Outlook for Thursday 22 Oct 2015 to Thursday 5 Nov 2015:

    Things look very uncertain for the remainder of October and into early November, although there are likely to be further spells of rain or showers. Initially these remain most likely across southern parts, although there will probably be a gradual trend to more of a west east split. Western areas will therefore become more at risk of seeing the wettest and most unsettled conditions with the best of the drier, brighter weather most likely to turn up in the east and southeast. Temperatures will probably balance out close to or slightly below average, but with the possibility of some chilly nights in the more settled spells which could give rural frosts.

    Updated at: 1434 on Wed 07 Oct 2015

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    National Botanic Gardens

    Location: 54.5796, -5.9328

    Altitude: 24m above mean sea level

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