One month left of the children’s summer holidays which means one month to keep them entertained still. In fairness its been relatively easy with all this good weather but the […]
A yellow weather warning for wind has been issued for wind on Thursday. Winds of up to 60mph are expected. Despite the risk of severe winds, Thursday is expected to […]
After almost two week of fantastic weather that has graced Northern Ireland, especially round the Causeway Coast and Glens, we all knew that at some point it had to break. […]
An AMBER warning of Low Temperatures/Ice has been issued for Northern Ireland. Ice will again become a problem this evening and overnight with temperatures again dropping as low as -9 […]
A mixture of sunny spells and a few scattered showers, these falling as snow on the hill tops. Fresh westerly winds turning northwesterly, and remaining quite strong near coasts. Maximum Temperature 7 °C.
Today: Mainly dry with some bright or sunny intervals, although clouding over at times later this morning and afternoon. Chance of a few light isolated showers through the day, these mainly over the Antrim hills. Maximum Temperature 18°C. Tonight: Dry with some late sunshine this evening. The rest of the night will remain dry with some lengthy clear periods. Minimum […]
Friday A cloudy start in places, perhaps with mist along the north coast and over the Mournes. This tending to break up giving a mostly fine day with some sunshine. Maximum Temperature 21°C. Outlook for Saturday to Monday Saturday unsettled, with spells of rain but becoming drier and brighter with scattered showers. Sunday and Monday brighter with scattered showers, these […]
Friday will be mostly cloudy with some drizzle near the North Coast to begin with. It should start to clear with most parts dry for a time, however occasional rain will develop later in the afternoon and evening. It may seem cold but the UV index is 6 for the later afternoon so be careful if you burn easy. Maximum […]
It looks to be a dull wet start to the day, but the rain will begin to ease off by late morning with the rest of the day becoming brighter and staying mainly dry with sunny intervals. UV index of 4 o r5 around 1pm so keep covered especially if fair skinned. Maximum Temperature 18°C.
The met office have issues a warning to Hayfever suffers that the pollen count for Northern Ireland is ‘VERY HIGH’ at present.
It will start out grey this morning becomeing dry turning brighter with a few sunny spells trying to break out from behind the clouds. It will feel rather warm and humid with top tempatures of 19c. Tonight some light rain should be expected but will dry later in the evening before heavy rain returns later in the night leaving […]