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    • Regional
    • UK 5 days
    • UK 6-30 days

    Regional forecast for North East England

    Early fog clearing, then dry with sunny spells.


    Mist and fog patches are likely at first this morning, which may locally be dense. This will clear during the morning though to give another dry day, with light winds and some sunny spells. Maximum Temperature 14°C.


    Dry and clear for much of the night, with a few mist and fog patches forming. Towards dawn, cloud thickening, perhaps with some outbreaks of rain in the south. Minimum Temperature 5°C.


    A dry start for many, but rain will spread from the south through the morning, becoming locally heavy, Some drier, brighter intervals are likely through the afternoon. Becoming windy. Maximum Temperature 16°C.

    Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

    Staying unsettled through Tuesday and Wednesday with occasional rain or showers, perhaps heavy and thundery, but also some drier and brighter spells. Dry Thursday, with lighter winds and sunny spells.

    Updated at: 0328 on Sun 04 Oct 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Fog clearing to leave a largely fine and dry day.


    Mist and fog across England and Wales will lift through the morning leaving cloudy skies across the UK. Some sunny spells will break through at times, under these it will feel warm in the south but more autumnal further north.


    Into this evening it will turn breezy, with a band of potentially heavy rain pushing into the southwest. This will push northwards through the night, reaching southern Scotland by dawn.


    It will remain breezy through the day on Monday with the rain continuing northwards. Behind this it will be showery with drier interludes but feeling warm.

    Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:

    Remaining unsettled through Tuesday and Wednesday with showers and longer spells of rain with the risk of thunder. Thursday is looking more settled with some fine, dry conditions.

    Updated at: 0105 on Sun 04 Oct 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Thursday 8 Oct 2015 to Saturday 17 Oct 2015:

    After a largely dry day for most on Thursday we erratically return to generally changeable conditions across the UK, with spells of wet and windy weather pushing in from the west, interspersed with brief drier and brighter interludes. The best of the drier and brighter conditions look likely to be towards the south and southeast, but even these areas will see some rain at times. During some of the more unsettled spells there is a risk that exposed western areas could see gales or even severe gales. Temperatures will generally be around average for the time of year, with some southeastern parts becoming quite warm by day. There is a chance of longer drier spells in between the wetter weather as we move towards the middle of October.

    UK Outlook for Sunday 18 Oct 2015 to Sunday 1 Nov 2015:

    Conditions for much of the UK are likely to stay on the changeable side through most of the period with spells of wet and windy weather interspersed with periods of drier and brighter weather. Western areas are always most at risk of seeing the wettest and most unsettled conditions with the best of the drier, brighter conditions likely in the east and southeast. Temperatures are likely to balance out close to average through this period, but with the possibility of some chilly nights in the more settled spells which could give rural frosts.

    Updated at: 0105 on Sun 04 Oct 2015

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    Location: 54.715, -1.742

    Altitude: 151m above mean sea level

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