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Northern Ireland regional forecast

Northern Ireland forecast map

Strabane Cloudy 54.825 -7.462
Newtownstewart Cloudy 54.718 -7.377
Slieve Rushden Cloudy 54.152 -7.617
Lisnaskea Cloudy 54.252 -7.441
Fivemiletown Cloudy 54.377 -7.317
Dungannon Cloudy 54.505 -6.771
Crossmaglen Overcast 54.077 -6.607
Dundalk Overcast 54.01 -6.41
Craigavon Cloudy 54.447 -6.372
Ballycastle Cloudy 55.206 -6.239
Downpatrick Cloudy 54.328 -5.716
Belfast Cloudy 54.596 -5.93
Cookstown Cloudy 54.645 -6.745
Dungiven Cloudy 54.927 -6.923
Ballymena Cloudy 54.864 -6.278
Ballymoney Cloudy 55.072 -6.508
Met Office
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Latest forecasts

Hillsborough (Lisburn) Cloudy 11 °C
Banbridge Overcast 11 °C
Silent Valley Light rain 10 °C
Hezlett House (NT) Cloudy 11 °C
Eglinton Cloudy 11 °C
Ballynahinch Light rain 11 °C
Dunmurry Light rain 12 °C
Comber Light rain 11 °C
Newry Overcast 11 °C
St Angelo Cloudy 12 °C
Dungiven Cloudy 11 °C

Forecast Summary

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

Regional Forecast for Northern Ireland

Headline:

Rain spreading westwards during today. Cool, windy.

Today:

Dry morning in the west with early brightness. Otherwise cloudy with rain over Antrim and Down extending westwards during the day, persistent and heavier at times, driven along by fresh or strong northerly winds. Feeling cold with below normal temperatures. Maximum temperature 14 °C.

Tonight:

Staying cloudy with further rain, turning light and patchy with some drier interludes developing, especially Fermanagh and south Tyrone. Staying windy with strong northerly winds. Minimum temperature 11 °C.

Friday:

Cloudy during the morning with the last of the rain dying out. Then dry and becoming brighter in the afternoon with some evening sunshine. Northerly winds easing down. Maximum temperature 15 °C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Dry, bright start to Saturday then cloudy with rain for a time. Brighter, breezy on Sunday with a few showers. Dry, bright Monday morning with sunny spells. Rain returning later.

Updated: 04:46 on Thu 29 Jun 2017 BST

UK forecast for the next 5 days

Headline:

Outbreaks of rain for many today.

Today:

Rain across northern, western and some central parts today, gradually inching northwestwards through the day, allowing more in the way of drier interludes for some later. Further south and east, cloudy skies with some heavy showers possible. Windy for many.

Tonight:

Staying windy in the north and west overnight, with outbreaks of rain continuing throughout the night. Remaining rather cloudy elsewhere with further patchy rain for some central parts.

Friday:

Patchy rain slowly returning southeastwards across northern and western parts through Friday. Some brighter spells elsewhere, although some occasionally heavy, possibly thundery, showers developing too.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Rain clearing southeastern areas Saturday morning. Many places then having reasonable dry spells with some sunshine. More changeable further north, where windy at times. Warmer than recently in the northeast.

Updated: 01:06 on Thu 29 Jun 2017 BST

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Monday 3 Jul 2017 to Wednesday 12 Jul 2017:

Next week should get off to a dry start for much of the UK, though some rain may spread in from the southwest and there is a low risk of thundery outbreaks towards the southeast by mid-week. Thereafter there is some uncertainty but at the moment it looks set to turn more changeable, especially across northwestern parts where some wet and windy weather is likely. Towards the south and east it should be drier and brighter though there is still the risk of thundery rain at times here. Temperatures will remain generally around average for the time of year, but there is an increasing chance of a very warm spell, most likely towards the southeast.

UK Outlook for Thursday 13 Jul 2017 to Thursday 27 Jul 2017:

Further changeable weather is likely at first, especially in the north with some rain. In the south the drier and warmer spells are likely to become more prevalent, and these could well spread across the rest of the UK through much of July.

Updated: 01:06 on Thu 29 Jun 2017 BST

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