30 June 2016- updated at 16:30
Rather cloudy across Ulster this evening with scattered showers and a moderate southwest breeze. Showers will be most frequent towards the west.
A mix of clear spells and cloudy periods overnight and showers will slowly push in from the Atlantic coasts. Places further inland should remain dry. Lowest temperatures around 9 degrees Celsius with light southwest winds.
Grass Pollen Count
Low on Friday and moderate on Saturday
Solar UV Index
Moderate to high on Friday.
Bright and breezy tomorrow with scattered showers. Some of the showers will be heavy and possibly thundery through the morning and afternoon. Showers will generally ease and become more isolated through the evening, but a few could still could be locally heavy. Highest temperatures of 13 to 15 degrees Celsius with blustery southwest winds.