Belfast Telegraph

Time to cool it as weather starts to look less settled

By Chris McCullough

It has been a glorious few days weather-wise in Northern Ireland - but things are set to change.

Temperatures rose to over 20C in some parts of the country on Friday as the bank holiday weekend got under way.

However, today is set to be cloudy with outbreaks of rain - sometimes heavy - in the afternoon.

The Met Office predicted tomorrow will also start off cloudy, but a weather front coming in from the west will see the clouds clear and sunny spells take over.

Temperatures are set to rise to around 17C in eastern parts, with an average of 15C elsewhere.

High pressure on Wednesday will force temperatures upwards once more to 17C, with more settled conditions and sunny spells forecast in the east.

Thursday starts off dry but a band of rain is set to emerge from the west in the afternoon. Temperatures, however, are still forecast to be around 18C.

However, rain is also on the agenda for Friday as more unsettled weather is due coming into the weekend.

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