Pollen levels will remain low to moderate over the coming days, kept in check by occasional heavy showers.
Sunday will bring a mixture of heavy showers and some warm sunshine for Northern Ireland.
Bright spells and a few well scattered showers for Saturday.
Pollen levels should stay moderate across Northern Ireland throughout the rest of the week.
Thursday should be largely dry and bright for much of Northern Ireland, with some sunny spells.
Pollen levels will be mostly moderate over the next few days.
Chance of a few heavy showers at first this evening. Otherwise rather cloudy with showery rain across eastern and northern counties.
The Met Office is warning heavy rain could lead to flooding and travel disruption in some parts of Northern Ireland.
Low pollen levels over the rest of the weekend.
A yellow warning for heavy rain is in place for parts of Northern Ireland on Saturday, but it could be drier with sunny spells for some.