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Northern Ireland weather forecast
Mainly dry and bright, but rain pushing east this evening.
It will be mainly dry and bright with occasional sunny spells, although the odd shower is possible. Breezy, winds strong at times around the coast Maximum temperature 17 °C.
Rain soon reaching Fermanagh and the west, extending east through the evening, heavy at times. Drier and clearer conditions returning overnight, the odd mist patch by dawn. Minimum temperature 7 °C.
Mainly dry and bright with the best of the sunshine during the morning, a scattering of showers likely to develop in the afternoon. Breezy around the coast. Maximum temperature 18 °C.
Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Bright spells and heavy showers on Friday. Drier with some sunny spells on Saturday, although rain later. Showers, perhaps longer spells of rain on Sunday.
UK long range weather forecast
On Sunday and into the start of next week, southern parts of the UK likely staying mostly fine and dry with light winds. Still a chance of showers, and a low risk that some of these will be heavy at times. Further north it is likely to be cloudier and breezier, particularly around coasts, with showers that could merge into some longer spells of rain. Temperatures close to average, but perhaps below average in the northwest, though it will still feel warm in the sunshine. Towards the end of next week, rain or showers are possible, most likely in the northeast by this stage, where it will be breezy. Drier further southwest with lighter winds. Most areas becoming mainly dry through the end of May.
Into June, temperatures are likely to be above average across the south but closer to average further north. Toward mid-June it may turn less settled across the north of the UK, bringing rain or showers, while the south may remain largely fine.