Ballygowan (County Down) weather

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Seven day forecast for Ballygowan

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Northern Ireland weather forecast

Headline:

Mostly cloudy on Friday, chance of a little rain.

This Evening and Tonight:

Staying dry through this evening and night. Rather cloudy but some mist and fog patches may develop in the south and east if cloud breaks for any length of time. Minimum temperature 3 °C.

Friday:

A rather cloudy day with the chance of a little light rain at times, some drier interludes too. Rather cold. Maximum temperature 6 °C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Mainly dry over the weekend, overnight frost and fog possible where skies clear overnight. Mostly dry on Monday.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

Into the start of December a high pressure system looks to maintain settled conditions across the south of the UK, with outbreaks of rain and strong winds likely, but not restricted to, northern and western regions. Temperatures look to be near normal with overnight frosts and some mist and fog in places under any clear skies. The confidence for how this high pressure system then develops later in this period is low, with solutions showing equal likelihood for settled and unsettled weather to develop. Most confidence can be placed in that the south is likely to continue to see the majority of fine and settled conditions, and the north and west seeing the worst of any unsettled conditions.

Updated:

The confidence for the outlook into December is low, but the general trend suggests typical early winter weather with periods of persistent rain and showery interludes. Overall the best of the driest and brightest weather in the south and east. Frost and fog patches are likely during any settled spells, and any wintry precipitation is likely in cooler and more unsettled spells over high ground of the north and northwest. There is a risk of gales, with the strongest winds being seen to the north and northwest.

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