Slieve Binnian (County Down) weather

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Seven day forecast for Slieve Binnian

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Northern Ireland weather forecast


Rain spreading east on Tuesday.

This Evening and Tonight:

Mostly cloudy this evening with some showery rain, perhaps heavy and thundery in the south. Remaining cloudy for the rest of the night with further showers, locally heavy. Minimum temperature 13 °C.


Cloudy with some rain across the west in the morning, this extending eastwards to remaining areas in the afternoon. Drying up in the evening. Much cooler than of late. Maximum temperature 18 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Chance of a few showers on Wednesday and Thursday, mainly dry on Friday. Some warm sunshine possible in the sheltered east.


UK long range weather forecast

It will remain changeable through much of this period, with most parts of the UK seeing a mixture of dry, sunny periods together with showers or some longer spells of rain at times. Over the coming weekend sunny spells and heavy showers are likely for many areas. Into early next week these showers will probably become confined to eastern and northern parts of the UK, with the driest conditions in the west and southwest. From the middle of next week onward, we will likely see a continuation of mixed conditions bringing sunny spells but also some heavy showers, perhaps with more prolonged periods of rain at times. Temperatures are expected to be around or just below average.


Changeable conditions look likely to continue through the start of this period, with sunny spells mixed in with some showers at times or longer spells of rain, these more prevalent in the northwest. Although confidence in the detail is low, there are tentative signals suggesting that high pressure may become more dominant during the middle of August, bringing more settled, drier and warmer conditions for many. There would still be a risk of showers or thunderstorms at times. Temperatures are most likely to be above average.


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