Belfast Telegraph

NI's hot spell fizzles out as rain sweeps in

By Christine Carrigan

Northern Ireland is experiencing its hottest spring since records began in 1910, but the familiar gloomy weather is set to make a return this week.

The Met Office has forecasted blustery showers in Northern Ireland and has issued a yellow weather warning for England and Wales.

With the potential of localised flooding, it might be time to lock away the BBQ once again.

The Met office has said it will be unseasonably windy over the next few days, where gusts along the south coast could reach 40-50mph.

Throughout Northern Ireland, rain will prevail for the remainder of the week and temperatures will drop.

Today there is expected to be a high of 15 degrees, but it will be cool and cloudy in the northeast.

Wednesday will see a shift away from this as Northern Ireland wakes up to a brighter morning with rain then forecast for most parts during the evening.

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