Southwick (Tyne & Wear) (Sunderland) weather

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Seven day forecast for Southwick (Tyne & Wear)

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North East England weather forecast


Brightening up after a rather cloudy start.


Rather cloudy to start with some light rain, mainly across the Cheviots and Pennines. However, it will brighten up with some warm sunny spells developing, although with onshore breezes keeping coastal areas cooler. Maximum temperature 22 °C.


Staying dry across the region overnight with some long clear spells and light winds, although cloud will tend to increase by morning. Minimum temperature 5 °C.


A dry but rather cloudy day across the region, but with increasing amounts of sunshine through the afternoon. Feeling cooler than Tuesday, especially towards the coast. Maximum temperature 17 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

Generally dry and settled weather through to the weekend with some long sunny spells, although sunshine rather hazy at times. Warm or very warm inland, but cooler around the coast.


UK long range weather forecast

Much of central and southeast England should see a good deal of dry and settled weather next weekend with plenty of sunshine, though a little breezy. Temperatures will generally be very warm, but there is the risk of some thunderstorms breaking out at times. Cloud and outbreaks of rain seem most likely for Scotland and some other northern and western areas, where it will probably feel cooler. Looking ahead, there appears to be a shift to a more unsettled regime at first. Cloud and spells of rain may spread to most parts of the UK, but will predominately remain in the northwest. Temperatures should return to around average and may go slightly below in places.


Mostly dry and settled during this period for most parts of the UK. Some spells of unsettled, wetter weather may develop at times, particularly across the north of the UK, but these are likely to be short-lived. Temperatures are likely to be close to or above average.


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