The Met Office is predicting a fairly spring-like day to grace the Province on Sunday.
Today is predicted to be generally quite unsettled, with cloud and sporadic showers but fairly mild temperatures, with maximums set to reach perhaps eight or nine Celsius.
However, there is forecast to be rain overnight into Sunday – expected to be particularly heavy in the west – and Met Office forecaster Matt Roe said that with Lough Erne’s water levels relatively high as it stands, there is a small risk of flooding.
But, he added, if it did occur it would be more likely to affect fields rather than cause serious property damage.
After that, he said, the Province as a whole should be in for a fairly dry day, with maximum temperatures rising to about 11 Celsius before declining in days afterwards.
“Temperatures by mid-week (will be) coming down to eight degrees Celsius,” said Mr Roe. “A brief taste of spring on Sunday, but becoming more unsettled into next week.”