NI Temperatures To Soar To Over 20 Degrees

Temperatures in Northern Ireland are to soar to over 20 degrees throughout this week.

Wednesday is to remain dry and bright with a maximum temperature of 21 degrees.

A Met Office spokesperson said: "It will be a fine dry and bright day with long spells of unbroken sunshine, and just a little patchy fairweather cloud."
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The bank holiday weekend is to have some good spells of sunshine and it is expected to become very warm.


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