Northern Ireland weather for Bank Holiday on Monday looks promising with highs of 23 ° C expected
After a gloomy start to May, we finally have some summer weather.
Highs of 23 ° C were recorded in Derry on Sunday, the highest temperature reported in Ireland.
And to end the holiday, another hot day is scheduled for Monday and the rest of the week ahead.
The Met Office says, “All areas will have a dry, bright and hot day. Fast southeasterly wind along the east coast. Maximum temperature 22 ° C ..
“Dry, warm and fairly sunny Tuesday.”
Meanwhile, the PSNI has issued a warning to those who attend or organize a large public gathering to continue to comply with applicable restrictions and follow government guidelines.
A statement read: “Please note that if you do not follow the rules, you may be committing an offense under the Health Protection Regulations (NI) 2021.
“If you attend a rally that violates the Rules. You may be committing an offense punishable by a fine. In certain circumstances, if you are involved in holding a large assembly, you may be committing a different offense. , which is also fine. “
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