A cloudy evening and night, and milder than last night.
Dry through the evening and much of the night, but rain reaches western counties later.
Becoming windy with strong southeasterly winds reaching gale force over the Ards Peninsula by morning.
Minimum temperature 4 °C.
A cloudy and windy day. Persistent, occasionally heavy, rain edges eastwards during the morning, affecting all areas in the afternoon.
Strong southeasterly winds with coastal gales.
Maximum temperature 10 °C.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:
Rather cloudy and windy few days with outbreaks of rain, heavy over eastern areas on Thursday. Some drier and brighter weather too.
Turning colder with fresh to strong southeasterly winds.