Cloughmills (County Antrim) weather

Forecast days

Seven day forecast for Cloughmills

Northern Ireland weather forecast


Mostly cloudy with occasional rain

This Evening and Tonight:

Some late brightness across eastern counties, but generally a cloudy evening and night with outbreaks of rain, with perhaps the odd heavier burst through the early hours. Mainly light southwesterly winds. Minimum temperature 8 °C.


Mostly cloudy with occasional rain and drizzle. With light winds some coastal fog and low cloud is expected. Drier and perhaps brighter later. Still feeling quite warm and muggy. Maximum temperature 19 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Dry, bright start Thursday but occasionally heavy rain spreading southeast. Rather cloudy Friday with further rain at times, the rain clearing overnight to leave Saturday dry with sunny spells.


UK long range weather forecast

Sunday will likely see heavy, thundery showers across the south of the UK, potentially turning torrential. Elsewhere will likely be cloudy with a few showers. Temperatures rather warm and humid in the south, to nearer normal elsewhere. Confidence is then low later in the period, although on balance a lot of fine and dry weather is most likely, however, there are signals for some brief unsettled periods with southern and eastern areas seeing showers, and perhaps more prolonged rain in the northwest. Temperatures will most likely be above normal, with the potential for some very warm or hot days in the south. Winds will probably be light to moderate throughout, with a westerly flow across northern areas, and an Easterly flow across the south.


Although confidence remains low, in general settled conditions are likely, with a few brief more unsettled spells possible. Some northwestern areas will likely see brief spells rain and cloudy conditions at times, as well as a continued risk for periods of heavy rain or thunderstorms especially across the south. Above-average temperatures continue to be well signalled, with the chance of some very warm or hot days to come.


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