Butterknowle (Durham) weather

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Seven day forecast for Butterknowle

North East England weather forecast

Headline:

Dry overnight but becoming cloudier. Sunny and warm on Sunday.

This Evening and Tonight:

After a warm and sunny evening, the start of the night will remain largely clear and fine. Towards dawn, low cloud and the odd patch of fog may develop, along with some sea fret moving into coastal parts. Minimum temperature 6 °C.

Sunday:

Any low cloud and mist or fog patches should soon clear to reveal another day of blue skies and sunshine. Warm, but cooler in the breeze towards the coast. Maximum temperature 21 °C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

A cloudier start on Monday, with plenty of sunshine to follow. Looking much the same on Tuesday. Cooler and cloudier on Wednesday, with fresh northeasterly winds and some showers.

Updated:

UK long range weather forecast

Following the prolonged dry, warm weather in May into the start of June, it will have become be a good deal cooler and more changeable by the start of this period. The first week of June will be generally rather cool and breezy with sunshine and showers. The most frequent showers are likely in the north and east, perhaps with some longer spells of rain. The drier conditions will probably be in the south and west. Through the following week there is considerable uncertainty, but it looks as if temperatures should return to nearer normal. High pressure may also build into northwestern parts of the UK bringing more widely drier, brighter conditions to northern and western areas. However there could be some further spells of rain or showers anywhere.

Updated:

Following a more changeable period, by the middle of June more settled conditions will probably be established again across many parts. The period to the end of June should be generally drier than average. However, some more changeable spells are likely which, as is usual for the time of year, could bring showers and thunderstorms. It is also likely to be warmer than average, more particularly in the south. Nearer normal temperatures more likely in the north.

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