After a rather confusing few months weather-wise things really are looking up for Belfast in the coming days.
According to the forecast for Thursday and beyond we are in for at least four sunny days straight with temperatures staying in the mid teens.
It may not be quite time to break out the sandals but you’ll certainly need to hoke for the factor 50 and have your sunnies at the ready.
The weather forecast for Thursday, April 22, predicts a bright and dry day with sunny spells.
Met Office says the north coast “sees more in the way of cloud in afternoon” but they added: “Feeling warm in the sunshine with light winds.
The maximum temperature for Thursday is 15 °C and we are expected to have a low of 4 °C.
Sunrise was at 6.06am and will set again at 8.40pm.
It is advisable to apply sunscreen, especially for kids, as UV levels will reach medium. Pollution is to remain low – but the pollen levels will be high.
Friday to Sunday’s outlook is also rather promising.
They added that we will see “settled, dry conditions largely continuing with light winds and plenty of sunshine”.
However, they warned that there is “still the risk of overnight frosts, especially in rural parts”.
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