Blackwatertown (County Armagh) weather

Forecast days

Seven day forecast for Blackwatertown

Northern Ireland weather forecast


Bright spells and scattered showers, heavy in places this afternoon.


Some brightness at times along with a few showers, some of these heavy and thundery in the afternoon across central and western areas. Light winds. Maximum temperature 15 °C.


Heavy, thundery showers across the west clearing away this evening. Then cloudy but mostly dry, some further showery rain spreading from the south later in the night. Minimum temperature 7 °C.


Mostly cloudy with a few showers, these may turn heavy in places by afternoon. More in the way of brightness developing towards evening. Maximum temperature 14 °C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

Bright with scattered showers on Sunday and Monday. Cloudier on Tuesday with showers or perhaps longer spells of rain.


UK long range weather forecast

Unsettled conditions continuing, with scattered showers again developing across most areas. To start the period, these may be heavy, and at times wintry in the far north, especially over hills. Further into this period, it is likely to remain changeable with a mixture of sunshine and scattered showers, though heavy in places with a risk of thunder. Brief spells of more organised cloud, bringing rain and strong winds, remain possible, particularly in the south. Generally staying breezy throughout. While temperatures by night are likely to below average, frost is expected to be restricted to prone locations, especially where winds fall light. By day, temperatures are likely to be around or slightly below average, notably cool in the South but cold in the North.


Confidence is low for this outlook as is typical of late spring and early summer. However perhaps a trend to rather more settled conditions as we move into early June with more in the way of dry weather and sunshine. With this we are likely to see a recovery in temperature too, although at this stage there is no strong signal for any very warm weather.


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