The latest weather forecast from the Met Office for North East England.
Weather Forecast Issued at 27-Oct-2021 16:00:00: PM
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Weather Forecast Summary: Headline:
Very mild but breezy. Persistent rain in the far west.
Weather Forecast for This Evening and Tonight:
Breezy overnight and remaining mostly cloudy with outbreaks of rain. This will be heavy and persistent across western hills. Very mild for the time of year. Minimum Temperature 13C.
Weather for Thursday:
Staying mild, cloudy and breezy. Spells of rain likely continuing through the day, especially across the Pennines where rain will remain heavy at times. Maximum Temperature 16C.
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Outlook for Friday to Sunday:
Conditions remaining changeable and windy at times. Rain expected again through Friday with further spells of very wet and windy weather likely over the weekend.
UK Outlook for Monday 1 Nov 2021 to Wednesday 10 Nov 2021:
Further persistent rain is expected for most areas heading into next week, however not as widespread as recently, with very windy conditions possible for north and northeastern areas. It will remain generally unsettled through the week, with further spells of rain and a risk of gales across northern and eastern coastal regions. North to northwesterly winds continue to strengthen, bringing further wet and windy conditions, interspersed with often heavy showers, some of which are likely to turn to snow over mountainous areas to the north. Unsettled conditions are likely to remain for much of this period, with a few short-lived settled interludes arriving later. It will feel cooler than average for this time of the year.
UK Outlook for Thursday 11 Nov 2021 to Thursday 25 Nov 2021:
Northwesterly winds are likely to continue to dominate during this period. It will continue to feel cool with temperatures below average for many. The unsettled weather will continue, where the west and northwest will see the wettest conditions, and the east and southeast the driest. Longer spells of rain will be interspersed with showers, these are likely to be wintry over the Scottish Highlands and perhaps the hills of northern England and Wales later in the month. There will be some drier and settled spells, but these will often be short-lived. However, if they occur overnight, frost and fog is likely.
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