Hezlett House (NT) (County Londonderry) weather

Forecast days

Seven day forecast for Hezlett House (NT)

Northern Ireland weather forecast


Patchy rain in west. Drier and brighter in the east

This Evening and Tonight:

Cloudy this evening, but any patchy light rain and drizzle tending to fizzle out with the cloud thinning and breaking at times through Counties Antrim and Down overnight. Minimum temperature 5 °C.


Rather cloudy with patchy rain at times through Fermanagh, Tyrone and around Lough Foyle. Often dry in the east with the best of the brightness around Belfast and Newry. Maximum temperature 13 °C.

Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

Cloudy with patchy rain on Tuesday. Then dry with sunny or clear spells on Wednesday and Thursday but chilly at night with a frost possible.


UK long range weather forecast

Generally fine and dry on Friday, with sunny spells and patchy fair-weather cloud. Some showers possible for the far northeast, accompanied by gusty winds; these winds are also expected for the far southwest where gale force gusts could be seen in exposed areas. For most of April, high pressure is expected to dominate, meaning most places will be dry and bright, with some morning fog patches in places where winds are light. After a dip in daytime temperatures at the start of the period, it will probably warm slightly by day, although overnight frosts remain probable in rural areas. The greatest potential for rain and stronger winds across the south and southwest, although confidence decreases into the beginning of May.


Mixed weather patterns, typical of spring are most likely through the first half of May. Overall, fine and dry weather is expected to be most dominant, with fair-weather cloud and plenty of sunny spells. However, all areas are likely to see some showers or perhaps some longer spells of rain at times, with these unsettled periods more likely than they were in April. Temperatures are likely to be close to the average for the time of year, with the possibility of some warmer spells.


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