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Weather forecast with Jackie McCann

Saturday: Parts of Armagh, Fermanagh, Tyrone, and Londonderry will hold onto much of the rain until well after dark but it will eventually clear away from western parts.

So generally it should dry up before midnight. The skies will clear and there's a risk of a widespread frost developing.

As the ground will be damp, there's a slight chance that icy patches will develop, as temperatures drop to about 2 Celsius, or maybe even lower in some rural spots.

Sunday: A chilly and a frosty start to Sunday. But overall, it should be a dry and breezy day, with some bright intervals.

It'll feel very cold in the south-easterly wind, with temperatures struggling to reach 5 Celsius

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