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North East England regional forecast

North East England forecast map

Durham Cloudy 54.775 -1.583
Sunderland Cloudy 54.907 -1.382
Bellingham Sunny intervals 55.146 -2.253
Berwick-upon-Tweed Sunny day 55.77 -2.004
Newcastle Upon Tyne Sunny intervals 54.978 -1.616
Hartlepool Cloudy 54.692 -1.211
Hexham Sunny intervals 54.973 -2.111
Amble Cloudy 55.331 -1.584
Darlington Cloudy 54.523 -1.558
Rochester (Northumberland) Sunny intervals 55.275 -2.263
Wooler Sunny day 55.547 -2.011
Powburn Cloudy 55.44 -1.9
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Butterknowle Cloudy 14 °C
Wooler Sunny day 12 °C
Wark Sunny intervals 13 °C
Killingworth Sunny intervals 11 °C
Blyth Cloudy 11 °C
Belsay Hall Castle and Gardens Sunny intervals 12 °C
Ferryhill Cloudy 13 °C
Haltwhistle Cloudy 14 °C
Rochester (Northumberland) Sunny intervals 12 °C
Rowfoot Cloudy 13 °C
Barnard Castle Cloudy 14 °C
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Regional Forecast for North East England


Rather cloudier but still with some sunshine on Tuesday.


Cooler than recent days due to larger amounts of cloud. Some spells of sunshine. Areas of low cloud may reach coastal areas through the afternoon and evening and spread inland. Winds mainly light from the east or southeast. Maximum temperature 17 °C.


A generally cloudy night is forecast, especially across the Cheviots and Pennines, and remaining dry across the region with winds mostly light from the east or northeast. Minimum temperature 6 °C.


Mostly cloudy for Wednesday with a risk of coastal mist and fog. Showers arriving later, from the south possibly heavy with a chance of thunder. Maximum temperature 16 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Rather unsettled weather to end the week with further showers, some heavy with hail and thunder, and brisk winds at times making it feel cooler. Some brightness is also likely.

Updated: 02:33 on Tue 23 Apr 2019 BST

UK forecast for the next 5 days


Mostly dry, sunny and warm today. Turning unsettled from Wednesday.


Mostly dry, sunny and warm for many. The chance of showers across the far west and southwest first thing and again later in the day, possibly thundery. It'll be cloudier, cooler and breezy along some North Sea coastal areas.


Becoming increasingly cloudy across southwestern areas, with outbreaks of rain, locally heavy and thundery, moving north. Elsewhere, mostly dry and cloudy, with some hill fog over northern and eastern parts.


Thundery downpours moving northwards during the day. Low cloud may affect some North Sea coasts. Drier, brighter and fresher conditions following to the south, with further thundery showers later. Breezy.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Thundery rain clearing north Thursday, with heavy, thundery showers following. Further heavy and thundery showers Friday. Possibly a spell of wet and windy weather arriving in the west on Saturday.

Updated: 02:35 on Tue 23 Apr 2019 BST

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Saturday 27 Apr 2019 to Monday 6 May 2019:

Next weekend could be very unsettled, with often heavy rain and the risk of gales, especially in the west and southwest. Thunder and hail are likely at times and temperatures will mainly be on the cold side of average. Thereafter, for the remainder of April and into early May, unsettled conditions are likely to dominate, with a chance of showers or longer spells of rain and some periods of stronger winds, especially in the west and southwest. Whilst some rain is expected at times, there could be a shift towards more settled conditions later. Temperatures will most likely be near normal in the west, and slightly warmer than the seasonal average in the south and southeast.

UK Outlook for Tuesday 7 May 2019 to Tuesday 21 May 2019:

For the middle of May, some rain and unsettled conditions are likely, especially at first. However, a shift towards more settled conditions than of late is probable. Whilst some rain is possible at times, a good deal of fine and dry weather is most likely, with temperatures mostly above the seasonal average. Any warmer conditions are most likely in the south and southeast.

Updated: 02:35 on Tue 23 Apr 2019 BST

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