Forecasters at the Met Office in Northern Ireland say today will be “dry and bright with some sunny spells”.
It will become rather warm inland during sunny spells after a chilly start, but slightly cooler around the Co Down coast due to onshore winds.
The maximum temperature will be 14 °C.
There will be some early evening sunshine in the east, but cloud soon increases from the west to give a dry but cloudy night.
The minimum temperature will be 2 °C.
The pollen count remains high today and for the next few days before dipping to medium levels on Monday. Tree pollen - mainly birch, ash and some willow - is in peak period.