Fivemiletown (County Tyrone) weather

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Seven day forecast for Fivemiletown

Northern Ireland weather forecast

Headline:

Cloudy and wet.

Today:

A cloudy and wet start to the day, with rain pushing up from the southwest, this heavy at times. The rain will turn lighter and patchier later in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 7 °C.

Tonight:

Any lingering rain will clear this evening, with low cloud breaking up. Mostly dry through the night with light westerly winds. Minimum temperature 3 °C.

Wednesday:

It will be mostly dry but cloudy through the day tomorrow, although chance of the odd shower. Further rain arriving from the south late evening. Maximum temperature 6 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Cloudy and wet on Thursday, with rain heavy at times, this clears southwards Friday morning but cloud lingering into the afternoon. Dry with sunny spells on Saturday.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

Unsettled conditions look likely to dominate for this period, with low pressure across the UK. Therefore, this should bring changeable weather to most of the country, with periods of rain, showers, and strong winds at times. While mild westerly and southwesterly winds are expected to be dominant for most of the period, occasional colder northerly winds are possible, bringing a chance of snowfall, likely confined to far northern parts. Towards the end of the period, we may see high pressure bringing a higher than average chance of cold weather more widely with wintry outbreaks. If this were to occur many inland and southern areas would likely see drier than average conditions, with some overnight frost and fog.

Updated:

Confidence is low for this period, but current signals indicate a possible high pressure system around or near the UK during this period. This would likely bring cold northerly winds, producing colder than average temperatures and wintry outbreaks. The second half of February is likely to have a mixture of weather types, with periods of wet, windy, and milder weather interspersed with drier, calmer, and colder periods.

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