There’s been a lot of wet weather on this side of the Atlantic for the past few days, but warmer weather should be back with us this week.
That sunshine is unlikely to last long. A general area of low pressure will cross our island on Thursday, bringing rain and more wintry showers.
Temperatures should stay in the mid-teens and 20s across the north, but it’ll be chillier elsewhere.
For Monday and Tuesday, it should be similar weather, but with a wet and windy overnight.
So it’s a mixed bag for rain and snow. For Tuesday it’s looks very much at risk of the first yellow snow warning for November, for Northern Ireland.
But we’re off to a promising start for the rest of the week, with a break in the rain on Wednesday followed by dry conditions and good sunshine by Thursday.
After a light drizzle, cloud for much of the day on Friday before it looks like we can carry on the dry, warm weather.
It’s looking like a great start to the weekend with a possible blue sky weekend, but there’s a bit of grey cloud towards the end. We’ll have to keep an eye on it!