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What is the long range forecast for Northern Ireland?

What is the long range forecast for Northern Ireland?

Northern Ireland forecast

Date, Time (GMT) Max temp Wind speed
18:00 9°C 23 mph
Mon 29 NOV 2021 6:00 8°C 17 mph
18:00 11°C 27 mph
Tue 30 NOV 2021 6:00 8°C 21 mph

What was today’s temperature in Northern Ireland?

Upcoming 5 hours

Now 1:00 am 2:00 am
50 °F 47 °F 48 °F

What was the temperature today in Belfast?

Seven day forecast for Belfast

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Temperature in degrees Celsius 10°
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Will Northern Ireland have a good summer?

Summer temperatures will be slightly cooler than normal, on average, with above-normal rainfall. The hottest periods will be in late June, early to mid-July, and early August. Watch for a hurricane in early to mid-August. September and October will be cooler and rainier than normal.

Does it snow in Northern Ireland?

Sheltered by hills and mountainous coastline, Northern Ireland’s temperatures remain mild thanks to a warmer, major ocean current known as the North Atlantic Drift. The coldest months are January and February where the temperature usually drops below freezing, however there is little to no snowfall during this time.

Does it give snow in Northern Ireland?

Northern Ireland is currently experiencing an exceptionally cold spell of weather for early May. The heaviest showers could fall as sleet or snow throughout Wednesday on the highest parts of the Sperrin mountains or the Antrim hills. …

Where is the sunniest place in Northern Ireland today?

Cloughey – the sunniest and driest place in Northern Ireland ! Cloughey is situated on the Ards peninsula.

Why is the weather so cold?

There are several factors that cause cold weather. Seasonally, winter has the coldest months because the Earth’s tilt is away from the sun. This lowers the angle and amount of solar radiation that reaches the earth’s surface.