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Thursday

Light Snow

2°C 36°F 0°C 32°F West North Westerly
23km/h 14mph
Friday

Light Rain Shower

5°C 41°F 2°C 36°F West North Westerly
26km/h 16mph
Saturday

Sleet

5°C 41°F 1°C 34°F North North Westerly
35km/h 22mph
Sunday

Sunny

4°C 39°F 0°C 32°F North Westerly
21km/h 13mph
Monday

Light Rain

4°C 39°F 1°C 34°F Westerly
11km/h 7mph

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Sunrise 08:19 Sunset 16:59

Last updated 10:06

Weather forecast details for Thursday 29 January. Each column contains hourly forecast details for weather conditions, temperature, wind speed, wind direction, humidity, visibility and pressure.
Time 1200 hours1500 hours1800 hours2100 hours0000 hours
Fri
0300 hours  
Weather Conditions Light Snow Shower Light Snow Light Snow Shower Sleet Light Rain Shower Light Rain Shower   
Temperature (°C/°F) 1°C 34°F 2°C 36°F 1°C 34°F 1°C 34°F 2°C 36°F 3°C 37°F   
Wind Speed (mph/km/h) 23km/h 14mph West North Westerly 27km/h 17mph North Westerly 19km/h 12mph Westerly 24km/h 15mph West South Westerly 27km/h 17mph North Westerly 26km/h 16mph West North Westerly   
Wind Direction WNW NW W WSW NW WNW   
Humidity 90% 89% 87% 94% 86% 89%   
Visibility (E = Excellent, VG = Very Good, G = Good, M = Moderate, P = Poor, VP = Very Poor) M P VG P VG VG   
Pressure (Millibars) 980 980 979 974 976 978   

Northern Ireland

Forecast Summary

  • Today

    Bright with sunny intervals and wintry showers, most frequent across the north and west, with further slight or moderate falls, particularly over the higher ground, turning to rain or sleet at lower levels. Fresh or strong northwesterly winds.

  • Tonight

    Showers will merge into longer spells of rain later in the evening, with snow becoming confined to the mountains, followed by clear intervals and showers later in the night. Windy.

Environmental Summary

UV: 1

UK Range: 1-7

Pollution: Low

UK Range: Low to Very High

Met Office Warnings Issued For: County Armagh

  1. Amber warning of snow

    From:
    1700 on Wed 28 January
    To:
    1100 on Thu 29 January
    Updated 28 January at 10:47

    Warning

    Snow showers will become widespread and heavier across Scotland, Northern Ireland and northern England during Wednesday evening and will continue through the night into Thursday morning. Snow amounts will be very variable but over 5 cm will accumulate at lower levels in places with over 15 cm on high ground. Strong and gusty winds will lead to drifting and blizzard conditions at times, especially over higher routes.

    The public should be prepared for travel disruption and hazardous driving conditions.

  2. Yellow warning of snow

    From:
    1030 on Thu 29 January
    To:
    1100 on Fri 30 January
    Updated 29 January at 10:20 Active

    Warning

    Showers of sleet, snow and hail will continue through the rest of Thursday and into Friday morning, although at lower levels there will be a gradual trend towards rain and sleet from Thursday evening onwards. This will bring a risk of further snow, especially on higher ground, along with icy stretches on untreated surfaces.

    The public should be aware of the potential for disruption to travel.This is an update to the warning issued on Monday to extend the warning a little further southeast into parts of the Midlands, and also to include ice as a hazard.

  3. Yellow warning of ice

    From:
    1030 on Thu 29 January
    To:
    1100 on Fri 30 January
    Updated 29 January at 10:20 Active

    Warning

    Showers of sleet, snow and hail will continue through the rest of Thursday and into Friday morning, although at lower levels there will be a gradual trend towards rain and sleet from Thursday evening onwards. This will bring a risk of further snow, especially on higher ground, along with icy stretches on untreated surfaces.

    The public should be aware of the potential for disruption to travel.This is an update to the warning issued on Monday to extend the warning a little further southeast into parts of the Midlands, and also to include ice as a hazard.

  4. Yellow early warning of snow

    From:
    1200 on Sat 31 January
    To:
    2345 on Sat 31 January
    Updated 28 January at 17:48

    Alert

    Further snow showers will affect parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland from Saturday afternoon and through Sunday leading to some locally large accumulations. These will be associated with strong winds so drifting and temporary blizzard conditions are likely.

    The public should be aware of the potential for disruption from these conditions. This alert is likely to be updated in the coming days.

  5. Yellow early warning of snow

    From:
    0015 on Sun 1 February
    To:
    2345 on Sun 1 February
    Updated 28 January at 13:00

    Alert

    Further snow showers will affect parts of Scotland and Northern Ireland on Sunday leading to some locally large accumulations and the showers may spread along eastern and western coasts of England and Wales. The showers will be associated with strong winds so drifting and temporary blizzard conditions are possible as well as icy stretches. The public should be aware of the potential for disruption from these conditions. This alert is likely to be updated in the coming days.

A list of all UK Warnings can be found on our More UK Weather page.

Weather Warnings Key

  • Red: Take action
  • Amber: Be prepared
  • Yellow: Be aware

Issued by the Met Office

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Observations

Observed at 10:00, Thursday 29 January

Light Cloud

0°C 32°F

0km/h 0mph

Humidity: 100%

Visibility: Very Good

Pressure: 981mb, Falling

Observation station: Glenanne

(Lat: 54.237 | Lon: -6.502)

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