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

    Regional forecast for North East England

    Cloudy with patchy rain in the west.


    A cloudy day is expected across most of the region, any brightness is likely to be confined to the east during the morning, with patchy mainly light rain affecting the Pennines at times. Winds strengthening during the afternoon. Maximum Temperature 12°C.


    Remaining cloudy with fog and patchy rain over the Pennines, some cloud breaks may occur further east but these are likely to be relatively brief. Staying mild and breezy. Minimum Temperature 8°C.


    Cloudy and windy with a band of locally heavy rain crossing the area heralding a return to much colder weather perhaps with some wintry showers over the Pennines later. Maximum Temperature 12°C.

    Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

    Saturday: Very windy, heavy showers or longer periods of rain. Sunday: Very windy with heavy showers, wintry at times over the Pennines. Monday: After a showery start becoming mostly dry.

    Updated at: 0059 on Thu 26 Nov 2015

    UK forecast for the next 5 days

    Rather cloudy. Wetter in the west. Brighter in the east.


    There will be a few sunny spells around but also some rain and drizzle which will become heavier and more persistent in northwest Scotland later. Light winds, strengthening later with a risk of gales in the north. Feeling mild.


    Some clear spells in the east but generally cloudy overnight with patches of rain and drizzle, heaviest and most persistent in northwest. Winds strengthening from the northwest later.


    A squally band of heavy rain will be moving southeastwards. Markedly colder and showery conditions will follow with snow likely on northern hills. Very windy with gales possible.

    Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

    Feeling colder over the weekend with heavy showers moving eastwards, turning wintry over northern high ground. On Monday, rain moving southwards, with blustery showers behind. Very windy especially on Sunday.

    Updated at: 0224 on Thu 26 Nov 2015

    Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

    UK Outlook for Tuesday 1 Dec 2015 to Thursday 10 Dec 2015:

    Tuesday will see the start of a succession of Atlantic weather systems spreading across the UK from the west. Northern areas are likely to bear the brunt of these, with the strongest winds, these occasionally gale force and heavy rain as well as some sleet or hill snow. Between the systems, most areas will have some drier and brighter periods, the best of these in the south. It is expected to turn more settled for a time as we move into the second week of December, with overnight frosts possible, although some unsettled spells will still be likely in the north at times. Temperatures will generally be around normal, although feel colder during any settled periods.

    UK Outlook for Friday 11 Dec 2015 to Friday 25 Dec 2015:

    Wet and windy weather is expected to return at the start of the period, with this trend likely to continue into the last week of December. Showers or longer spells of rain should affect most parts as Atlantic weather systems move in from the west, these bringing periods of strong winds or gales. Temperatures are expected to be around average or slightly above, although night time frosts are likely in more settled periods.

    Updated at: 0224 on Thu 26 Nov 2015

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    Location: 54.715, -1.742

    Altitude: 151m above mean sea level

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