Summer returns to Northern Ireland as temperatures soar - but is it set to last?
Northern Ireland has given a warm welcome to summer again as the sun popped its head in to say hello this week.
Monday saw the start of the warm weather which continued into Tuesday with maximum temperatures reaching 25 degrees.
And you have been making the most of it as Belfast City Hall was full of alfresco dining at lunchtime with others trying to catch a few rays.
The Met Office has said tonight cloud will thicken with temperatures dropping to around 11degrees.
On Wednesday the day will start bright again with some cloud creeping in from the west bringing some rain.
However it will still be warm with the maximum temperature hitting 21 degrees.
The rest of the week looks set to be dry and bright with some sunshine on Thursday.
It will be cloudier on Friday with the chance of occasional heavy rain.
This will clear by Saturday to give some scattered showers.