Weather forecast for Saturday's North West 200 races
Bike fans look set for a fine day of weather to watch Saturday's racing at the North West 200.
Thursday night was hampered by wet conditions, with the Supertwins class eventually cancelled due to deteriorating conditions and time constraints.
But Saturday's forecast for Northern Ireland looks more positive with plenty of dry weather and sunshine.
Temperatures of up to 18 degrees have been forecasted, with the Met Office issuing a high alert of UV levels.
A spokesperson said: "[It will be] cloudy [on Saturday] changing to sunny intervals by late morning.
"[On Sunday, May 15, it will be] sunny changing to cloudy by nighttime."
The north coast should experience plenty of dry weather on Saturday with temperatures expected to reach around 15C by the afternoon.
There should be plenty of sunshine for the opening race at approximately 10am.
The conditions should guarantee plenty of thrilling action along the Triangle circuit.
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