North to bask in mini-heatwave this week - some places could feel as warm as 30°C
A mini-heatwave in the North of Ireland could see temperatures feel as warm as 30°C in some parts this week.
After a weekend laden with heavy downpours and stormy conditions weather experts, Netweather, predict the feels like temperature throughout the North could be as high as 30°C between 4:00pm and 7:00pm on Monday.
And the good news doesn't stop there - Netweather forecasts feels like temperatures of 29°C, 25°C, 27°C and 23°C for Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday respectively.
The Met Office predicts a slight risk of rain near the east coast on Tuesday morning but a dry day will follow with increasing amounts of sunshine and it will "feel very warm".
"Very warm and humid Wednesday and Thursday with bright spells but also a few thundery showers," said the Met Office.
"Sunny spells and scattered showers on Friday and a little cooler."
For more weather forecasts and information visit metoffice.gov.uk