Killyleagh weather

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Northern Ireland weather forecast

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Dry sunny and cold on Monday. Patchy freezing fog.

Today:

A cold frosty start will lead to a dry day with plenty of sunshine for most. Some freezing fog patches, mainly in the south and around Lough Neagh, will be slow to clear before becoming more widespread in the evening. Maximum temperature 8 °C.

Tonight:

Some freezing fog patches in the evening and start of the night, but these should clear as cloud increases overnight and a moderate southeast breeze develops. Minimum temperature -2 °C.

Tuesday:

A mostly dry start with some bright spells, but increasingly cloudy with rain spreading east, turning heavy in the afternoon. Maximum temperature 11 °C.

Outlook for Wednesday to Friday:

Generally cloudier and milder than recent days with outbreaks of rain at times, occasionally heavy. Strengthening southeast winds Wednesday and Thursday, easing Friday.

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UK long range weather forecast

The unsettled weather is set to carry on into next week, as weather systems continue to push in across the UK, bringing a risk of rain and showers for many. It will turn milder than as of late, but it may feel cooler in some stronger winds that accompany any spells of rain. The west and northwest will likely see the best of any drier and more settled weather conditions. There is an above average risk of overnight fog forming in any clearer spells overnight, which could be slow to clear in places. The showers may continue to be wintry over the highest ground bringing some sleet or snow at times. Temperatures are expected to be around average or perhaps slightly milder for the time of year.

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A transition to more settled weather seems most likely for at least the southern half of the UK. Although periods of rain are possible here, they will probably be considerably patchier and less frequent than the west and northwest where spells of wind and rain interspersed with showers will predominate. Showers may turn wintry over high ground. Frost and freezing fog, which may be slow to clear, is most likely overnight under clear skies in the east and south. Temperatures are expected to be around average, or just above, for the time of year.

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