NI weather: Wall to wall sunshine today but how long will it last?
The weather today is reflecting the moods of many around NI as we prepare to leave months of Covid-19 lockdown.
The Met Office reveals that in NI we will have “bright and sunny spells” and it will be warm after a chilly start.
“It will be a dry and bright day with good spells of sunshine,” says the Met Office.
“A chilly start but feeling warm in the afternoon sunshine.
“However, cooler near the Irish Sea coast with onshore winds. Maximum temperature 17 °C.”
Meanwhile tonight will also be “dry with well broken cloud, clear skies overnight leading to a fairly widespread frost”.
The Met Office add: “A few shallow mist and fog patches possible around dawn. Minimum temperature -2 °C.”
Tomorrow (Friday) will be “a bright day with sunny spells” that “will feel warm again in the afternoon sunshine, but still cooler near the Irish Sea coast due to onshore winds”.
Again there is forecast to be a maximum temperature 17 °C.
And the outlook for the weekend is also excellent.
The Met Office say; “Mainly dry and bright with warm spells of sunshine and overnight frosts becoming isolated. However, the chance of some showers developing on Monday”.
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