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North East England regional forecast

North East England forecast map

Durham Clear night 54.775 -1.583
Sunderland Clear night 54.907 -1.382
Bellingham Clear night 55.146 -2.253
Berwick-upon-Tweed Clear night 55.77 -2.004
Newcastle Upon Tyne Clear night 54.978 -1.616
Hartlepool Clear night 54.692 -1.211
Hexham Clear night 54.973 -2.111
Amble Clear night 55.331 -1.584
Darlington Clear night 54.523 -1.558
Rochester (Northumberland) Partly cloudy night 55.275 -2.263
Wooler Clear night 55.547 -2.011
Powburn Clear night 55.44 -1.9
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Darlington Clear night 10 °C
Newcastle Upon Tyne Clear night 10 °C
Loftus Clear night 10 °C
Redcar Clear night 10 °C
East Herrington Clear night 9 °C
Killingworth Clear night 10 °C
Wooler Clear night 9 °C
Haydon Bridge Partly cloudy night 9 °C
Consett Clear night 8 °C
Middlesbrough Partly cloudy night 11 °C
Bedlington Clear night 9 °C
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Regional Forecast for North East England


Becoming wet and very windy later tonight and tomorrow.

This Evening and Tonight:

Most showers will die away this evening with clear spells likely before midnight. Increasing cloud will bring occasionally heavy rain and very strong, gusty winds later in the night. Southwesterly gales are likely over exposed areas. Minimum temperature 5 °C.


Early rain will quickly clear, then often sunny with occasional squally showers. A very windy morning with westerly gales over exposed areas, but winds easing through the afternoon. Maximum temperature 8 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Sunny intervals and showers are expected on Thursday with winds easing, then frosty overnight. Dry and often sunny on Friday, then occasional rain Friday night, and on Saturday. Turning milder.

Updated: 14:07 on Tue 23 Jan 2018 GMT

UK forecast for the next 5 days


Turning increasingly wet and windy from the north and west.

This Evening and Tonight:

Rain, heavy at times, will spread across northern and western areas through this evening and into the early hours. Drier elsewhere but generally cloudy. Windy for most, with severe gales likely for western Scotland.


Very windy for most, with severe gales likely for northern Scotland. Heavy rain will continue to spread southeast across England and Wales, with brighter and showery conditions in the northwest.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Turning colder, with sunshine and showers on Thursday, possibly turning wintry over northern hills. Quieter on Friday, with sunny spells after an early frost. Milder with some rain on Saturday.

Updated: 15:09 on Tue 23 Jan 2018 GMT

Outlook for the UK over the next 6-30 days

UK Outlook for Sunday 28 Jan 2018 to Tuesday 6 Feb 2018:

It is likely to be mild on Sunday 28th, but it will be rather changeable with bright and showery weather interspersed with bands of cloud and longer spells of rain. The rain will probably be heaviest in northern and western parts where it will be windy too, and the driest weather will be in the south and east. It will stay changeable through the rest of January, but perhaps colder with an increased risk of snow in the north. Through the start of February, it is likely to turn mainly dry and perhaps a touch colder, particularly in the south, with a risk of overnight frost and fog. Winds are expected to ease overall with strong winds becoming mostly restricted to the north.

UK Outlook for Wednesday 7 Feb 2018 to Wednesday 21 Feb 2018:

Early February is likely to bring relatively settled conditions with a good deal of dry weather, relatively light winds and frost and fog expected to form overnight. However spells of wet and windy weather are still likely across the north. Into the middle of February the forecast is looking very uncertain. However, we are most likely to see short spells of wet and windy weather move across the UK, interspersed with colder, brighter and drier interludes. Throughout this period temperatures are expected to average out at close to normal but it will be colder at times during the periods of more settled weather

Updated: 15:09 on Tue 23 Jan 2018 GMT

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