On Saturday, Ballywatticock in Co Down took the title of the hottest day recorded in NI at 31.2 C – only for it to have been beaten on Thursday in Co Armagh with a scorching 31.4 C
Belfast is once again looking beautiful in the sun and there is no denying that it is putting everyone in a better mood.
Whether you’ve been fortunate enough to get out and bask in the sun in your favourite spot or you’ve spent your day looking out the window counting down the hours until you can get into the garden, this weather will have you dying for an ice cream.
At the weekend, Ballywatticock in Co Down took the title of the hottest day recorded in Northern Ireland at a whopping 31.2 C only for it to have been beaten on Thursday in Co Armagh who reached a scorching 31.4 C.
As the heatwave continues to provide wonder day after wonder day, the public are reminded to keep safe in the sun by remembering to reapply sun cream if they are lying out and to keep hydrated by drinking plenty of water.
On Thursday, Translink confirmed there was high demand for services on the Bangor line and that they were stopping any more people from being able to purchase tickets to Helen’s Bay in a bid to manage capacity for the return journey this evening.
We sent our photographer Justin Kernoghan down into the city centre to capture all the people enjoying the highs of 27C in Belfast.
Check out our gallery below.