North East England weather

North East England weather forecast


A brighter and warmer day for most today.


Early cloud clearing from many inland areas during the morning, leaving a fine, dry day with prolonged sunshine. Low cloud continuing to affect many immediate coastal areas however, with a chilly onshore breeze. Highest temperatures on Friday in the west. Maximum temperature 17 °C.


Remaining dry and largely clear this evening. Patchy coastal low cloud spreading inland overnight and a few isolated rural fog patches developing. Chilly inland, but milder at the coast. Minimum temperature 3 °C.


A mostly sunny day once any early fog or low cloud clears. Feeling warm inland in the sunshine with lighter winds, but still rather cool at the coast. Maximum temperature 20 °C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

Little change with coastal low cloud spreading inland overnight, this generally burning back to the coast by day with plenty of warm sunshine. Feeling much cooler where low cloud persists.


UK long range weather forecast

In general, the UK is likely to see a continuation of the recent dry weather for much of this period. Eastern and northern areas are likely to see more cloud than the west, especially in coastal areas exposed to onshore winds. It will likely feel warm to rather warm across western areas, though cooler in the east when under cloud. There is a chance of isolated showers, mostly over high ground, in the early part of the period, with a small, but increasing, risk of rain or showers, perhaps thundery, over parts of southern and south-eastern England and Wales as the period progresses. Winds are likely to be light for most, though stronger in the south of England, and in coastal areas near the English Channel.


An uncertain second half to the month. The most likely scenario is for dry settled conditions in the north, and a risk of rain or showers, perhaps thundery, in the south. Winds may ease over the period leading to temperatures increasing to average to above average in eastern areas; elsewhere in the UK, it is likely to feel warm to rather warm.


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