Becoming cloudy tonight with occasional mainly light rain through Sunday.
This Evening and Tonight:
Dry and largely clear this evening, though there will be more cloud in the north and west, with perhaps a spot of light rain over the Pennines. Becoming cloudier across the region towards dawn. Light to moderate southwesterly winds. Minimum temperature 5 °C.
Generally cloudy with occasional mainly light rain, particularly over northern and western hills. Occasionally bright in southeastern parts, but cloud will thicken and rain will become more widespread later. Maximum temperature 13 °C.
Updated: 1417 on Sat 8 Mar 2014
Forecast for Northumberland National Park for Sunday
Generally cloudy with occasional mainly light rain, this perhaps becoming more persistent later in the day.
Updated: 1500 on Sat 8 Mar 2014
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:
Cloud and rain will clear early on Monday, then becoming brighter. Tuesday and Wednesday expected to be dry and sunny, feeling quite pleasant in sunshine, but with possible overnight frosts.
Updated: 1417 on Sat 8 Mar 2014"
UK Outlook for Thursday 13 Mar 2014 to Saturday 22 Mar 2014:
High pressure will bring plenty of dry and fine weather across the UK through Thursday and Friday with lengthy periods of sunshine, once early fog patches clear. However, the far northwest may see some drizzle at times and it will be rather breezy, especially later on Friday when persistent rain will develop. Daytime temperatures will be around, or just above, normal; but temperatures will drop where skies clear overnight leading to fairly widespread frosts and some fog patches. Through the weekend and into next week, it will become unsettled across northern parts with wet and windy periods and hill snow, interspersed by colder interludes with wintry showers. Even in the south, a gradual transition to more changeable conditions is likely with occasional rain and temperatures returning nearer average.
Updated: 1156 on Sat 8 Mar 2014"
UK Outlook for Sunday 23 Mar 2014 to Sunday 6 Apr 2014:
Current indications suggest fairly typical weather conditions for the time of year being most likely during late March and early April. As such some spells of wet and windy weather or showery conditions should be expected, most likely in the north and west. There will be drier and brighter interludes too, best of these to the south and east. Northwestern parts are most likely to see above average rainfall amounts during this time, and some hill snow is also possible in the north. Temperatures may be a little below average at first, especially to the northwest, and then nearer average later. Given the time of year this does mean any clear nights will tend to be chilly with a risk of frost.
Updated: 1151 on Sat 8 Mar 2014"