It will be a mostly dry start this morning with hazy sunshine, however, a few isolated heavy showers or thunderstorms are possible.
It will be another warm day especially in the south of Ulster, with temperatures generally reaching between 20 to 26 degrees, cooler though in the northwest, where sea fog may persist.
Winds will generally be light northerly or variable. While a few isolated heavy showers or thunderstorms may develop throughout the day, most areas will remain dry through early evening.
There is a chance of isolated to scattered heavy showers and thunderstorms extending from the south overnight.
At times they may merge to longer spells of rain, with local deluges and spot flooding possible, especially in east Ulster.
Remaining mild and humid with temperatures staying above 11 to 14 degrees in light northerly or variable winds.