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North East England weather forecast
Rain easing overnight. Sunny spells with showers Friday.
This Evening and Tonight:
Rain, perhaps heavy at times, persisting into the evening. Rain then slowly easing from the west towards midnight. Dry under clearing skies through the early hours. Minimum temperature 10 °C.
A mainly dry and sunny start Friday, any showers restricted to the hills. Cloud and scattered showers spreading east through the day, but still plenty of bright or sunny spells. Maximum temperature 20 °C.
Outlook for Saturday to Monday:
Becoming windy Saturday with rain for a time, perhaps heavy. Sunday, bright with sunny spells and scattered showers, lighter winds. Rain, heavy at times, sweeping east Monday.
UK long range weather forecast
The very start of this period will see most areas experiencing rather cloudy conditions and perhaps some rain or drizzle spreading from the southwest. The east and southeast are more likely to be drier on Tuesday, with stronger winds and showers in the north and northwest. From then, there looks to be a change to more settled conditions with the best of any sunshine in the southeast. A northwest/southeast temperature split may also develop, whereby cooler polar air will characterise the north, with the south experiencing warmer air from the continent. By the end of this period, fine, dry weather is likely to prevail for many. Light winds are likely with plenty of sunshine, and temperatures generally warm or locally very warm.
After generally settled weather for the end of August, September brings more widely unsettled conditions across the UK. The weather may continue to become more changeable through the early weeks, seeing average conditions for this time of year. Temperatures are likely to be warm, and to remain warm throughout this period.