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Cloudy with outbreaks of rain extending east to all areas during the evening, and becoming misty over high ground and southern coasts tonight. Rather mild. A cloudy day with some light rain or drizzle at times.
Low cloud bringing some hill fog and perhaps some coastal mist or fog along North Channel coasts. Dull damp start on Saturday, but becoming dry, slowly brightening. Quite warm. Sunday and Monday will be dry, bright and warm.
An anticyclonic pattern will continue to bring warm, settled conditions across many areas during next week. However, a band of rain will impact the far northwest, bringing more unsettled and cooler weather here for a time. Whilst there is still likely to be a good deal of dry weather for the first week of June, showers, which could be heavy and possibly thundery, and prolonged spells of rain become more likely across the south and west from midweek onwards.
Temperatures most likely remaining around or above average. By the end of the period, a northwest to southeast split in conditions becomes more probable; more unsettled and cooler in the northwest, drier and warmer in the southeast.
Confidence is low for this period, but it is most likely that drier and more settled conditions looks most probable across much of the UK. Whilst a good deal of fine and dry weather is possible across central and southern areas, rain is also likely at times. The north and northwest of the UK may well be more unsettled, with more frequent spells of rain and shorter-lived spells of dry conditions than elsewhere.
On the whole, temperatures are likely to be around average, with warm days but still the odd chilly night, and southern areas may occasionally receive spells of warmer than average weather.
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Please choose your location from the nearest places to :. Suggested places. Use my current location. Recent places. Maximum daytime temperature: 17 degrees Celsius ; Minimum nighttime temperature: 10 degrees Celsius. Cloudy changing to light rain by early evening.
Sunrise: ; Sunset: Sunrise: Sunset: Friday 28 May. Maximum daytime temperature: 14 degrees Celsius ; Minimum nighttime temperature: 10 degrees Celsius. Light rain changing to overcast by late morning. Fri 28 May. Saturday 29 May. Maximum daytime temperature: 18 degrees Celsius ; Minimum nighttime temperature: 9 degrees Celsius. Cloudy changing to sunny intervals in the afternoon. Sat 29 May. Sunday 30 May. Maximum daytime temperature: 20 degrees Celsius ; Minimum nighttime temperature: 11 degrees Celsius.
Sunny intervals changing to cloudy by lunchtime. Sun 30 May. Monday 31 May. Maximum daytime temperature: 19 degrees Celsius ; Minimum nighttime temperature: 10 degrees Celsius. Mon 31 May. Tuesday 1 June. Maximum daytime temperature: 20 degrees Celsius ; Minimum nighttime temperature: 10 degrees Celsius.
Dungiven (county londonderry) weather
Sunny changing to cloudy by lunchtime. UV: High. Tue 1 Jun. Wednesday 2 June. Wed 2 Jun. Seven day forecast for Dungiven Cloudy changing to light rain by early evening. Today 27 May Wind direction and speed mph.
SSE 5. SSE 3.
SSE 4. Friday 28 May ESE 2. NNW 2. WNW 3. NNW 3. NNE 4.
ENE 4. ENE 5. ENE 6.
ESE 7. Saturday 29 May SSE 6. SSW 5. SSW 6. Sunday 30 May SSW Monday 31 May Tuesday 1 June SSE 7. SSE SE ESE 6. Wednesday 2 June ESE 5.
ESE 9. Scroll left Scroll right. Show full forecast. Forecast table explained i. Last 24 hours. This Evening and Tonight: Cloudy with outbreaks of rain extending east to all areas during the evening, and becoming misty over high ground and southern coasts tonight. Friday: A cloudy day with some light rain or drizzle at times.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday: Dull damp start on Saturday, but becoming dry, slowly brightening. Nearest forecasts Benbradagh 2. View all locations in Northern Ireland. Help us improve our website Take our short survey.