The warm weather spell in Northern Ireland is not set to last for much longer. A disturbance and eastward shift in the jet stream on Tuesday night will bring some downpours, thunder and lightning as a weather front edges in from the west. Some of that may well fringe into parts of Northern Ireland, with eastern counties looking most prone.
Northern Ireland has seen quite a change in the weather since the soggy last day at The Open in Portrush, with temperatures rising into the mid 20s in places. Monday was our warmest day of the year so far, with a temperature of 26.5C at Killowen, Co.Down.
A disabled man has been rescued after falling down an embankment in his wheelchair at the Giant's Causeway.
Actor Daniel Radcliffe's great-great-uncle, Ernest McDowell, was born in County Down. During World War One he fought alongside three of his brothers. As part of the latest series of Who Do You Think You Are, the film star explores his family connections and reads a letter written by his ancestor. You can watch the episode in full on Monday 22 July, BBC One at 21:00 BST.
BBC News NI's Rick Faragher explains some of the golfing terminology that you may hear during The Open.
East Belfast MP Gavin Robinson has said the new PSNI chief constable must act on his commitment to take on the loyalist paramilitary group, the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF).
"It's encouraging to hear what the chief constable has had to say... but the community want action," he said.
Last week, Chief Constable Simon Byrne said the PSNI would "not tolerate" the UVF and would "take it on using all the powers".
Mr Byrne made the comments following tensions surrounding a bonfire in the grounds of the Avoniel Leisure Centre in east Belfast.
A woman has died in a car accident in Armagh on Sunday.
She was driving one of two cars involved in a collision at the junction of Loughgall Road and Ballybrannon Road at 14:45 BST on Sunday.
Police are appealing for information.
PSNI Assistant Chief Constable Barbara Gray said talks about Eleventh Night bonfires for next year must begin now.
The NI fire service says this year's Eleventh Night was the quietest in four years.
Murder detectives find Pat McCormick's body after information was passed to the investigation.
The teddies will be distributed by the police, the ambulance service and domestic violence charities.