The Met Office predicts a comfortable Sunday across Northern Ireland.
A maximum temperature of 23 degrees Celsius is felt throughout the region, and the temperature begins to rise early in the morning.
According to the forecast, it will be 21 degrees tomorrow at 11:00 am and will steadily rise to 23 degrees by 3:00 pm.
In this heat, the Met Office warned about high UV and medium pollen levels.
“It’s a dry morning on Sunday, June 13th, especially in the southeast, where the sun shines and it gets warmer,” a spokeswoman said.
Regarding the outlook from Monday to Wednesday, the Met Office says it will be warmer, but at risk of some showers.
“It will soon be cloudy and rainy on Monday, followed by sunny days and rain,” they added.
“Tuesday, sunny days continue and it dries. Wednesday tends to be cloudy with rain and showers, but it will brighten later.”
Marbeth Ferguson, Skin Cancer Prevention Coordinator at Cancer Focus NI, said:
- Know your UV index and if it’s 3 or higher, protect your skin and eyes.
- Look for shade when the UV rays are strongest between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm.
- Cover the sun with a long-sleeved T-shirt and a wide-brimmed hat.
- Wear sunglasses with the CE or British Standards mark, which are labeled with UV 400 and offer 100% UV protection. This provides adequate protection from both UVA and UVB.
- Sunglasses should fit snugly and relatively snugly on the face so that light does not get into the eyes from around the lens.
- Use sunscreen with SPF 15 or higher for UVB protection and UVA4 + stars.
Northern Ireland Weather: The Met Office forecasts a maximum temperature of 23 ° C on Sunday
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