Weather Forecast for Derry-Londonderry
Mon, 25 May
Tue, 26 May
Wed, 27 May
Thu, 28 May
Fri, 29 May
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Weather supplied by the Met Office
A cloudy start with patchy drizzle and low cloud. Slowly turning brighter and dry during the day, although it will continue rather cloudy, with any sunshine mainly restricted to Fermanagh, Antrim and County Down. Maximum temperature 15 deg C (59 deg F).
Starting dry and rather cloudy before some patchy rain and drizzle spreads across all parts this evening. The rain clearing later tonight as a few clearer spells follow. Minimum temperature 7 deg C (45 deg F).
Bright and mainly cloudy with some showers. The showers remaining isolated during the day and mainly affecting northern areas, with some sunnier spells in south. Locally fresh winds around coasts. Maximum temperature 14 deg C (57 deg F).
Scattered showers at first on Wednesday, dying out as rain spreads in later. Turning windy. Rain clearing early on Thursday as showers follow and winds ease. Remaining showery on Friday.
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