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Northern Ireland weather

Watch the latest weather forecast for Northern Ireland

Outlook: A few showers scattered around on Sunday afternoon, with the possibility of the odd heavy one accompanied by quite gusty winds.

However, there'll be good gaps in between the showers and some places will avoid them and stay mainly dry. Sunny intervals should lift temperatures to 19 or 20 celsius, but it'll tend to feel fresher than that in places because of the noticeable southerly breeze.

The showers will tend to ease off during the latter stages of Sunday afternoon and into the evening, so there should be some longer dry and bright spells around as we end the day.

However, it'll tend to become cloudier and damp in places overnight, with some mainly light rain, especially across parts of Londonderry, north Antrim, Tyrone and Fermanagh, and it'll stay breezy as well. Overnight lows around 12 or 13 celsus.

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