- Tonight , , Partly Cloudy , Low 2°C 36°F Wind speed 14 mph 23 km/h West South Westerly
- Mon , , Heavy Rain , High 4°C 39°F Low 0°C 32°F Wind speed 7 mph 11 km/h Southerly
- Tue , Light Rain , High 10°C 50°F Low 9°C 48°F Wind speed 13 mph 21 km/h South South Westerly
- Wed , Sunny Intervals , High 12°C 54°F Low 3°C 37°F Wind speed 21 mph 34 km/h South Westerly
- Thu , Light Cloud , High 5°C 41°F Low 1°C 34°F Wind speed 8 mph 13 km/h West South Westerly
- Fri , Light Cloud , Likely high 8°C 46°F Likely low 6°C 43°F Wind speed 16 mph 26 km/h South Westerly
- Sat , Sunny Intervals , Likely high 10°C 50°F Likely low 6°C 43°F Wind speed 24 mph 39 km/h South Westerly
- Sun 6 Dec , Light Cloud , Likely high 8°C 46°F Likely low 4°C 39°F Wind speed 16 mph 26 km/h South Westerly
- Mon 7 Dec , Light Cloud , Likely high 8°C 46°F Likely low 4°C 39°F Wind speed 15 mph 24 km/h South South Westerly
- Tue 8 Dec , Light Cloud , Likely high 7°C 45°F Likely low 4°C 39°F Wind speed 17 mph 27 km/h South Westerly
Low 2°C 36°F
North East England
This Evening and Tonight
Wintry showers will largely die away, and winds will decrease. Feeling chilly with clear spells. Cloud will increase later with further rain reaching the area by the end of the night.
Met Office warnings issued for Durham
Yellow warning of windUpdated 29 November at 10:04
- 1010 on Sun 29 November
- 1800 on Sun 29 November
Sunday will see very windy weather sweep across Northern Ireland, Wales, England and parts of southern Scotland, with severe gales expected to affect some areas. Inland gusts of 50 to 60 mph will occur in some areas, but possibly reaching around 65 mph for parts of inland Northern England and the far south of Scotland, where isolated medium impacts are possible. Gusts around western coasts could locally exceed 75 mph, this most likely in coastal areas of north Wales, northwest England and Dumfries and Galloway. There is a lower probability of similar gusts briefly affecting coastal northeast England as the low clears away east, early this afternoon.
This is an update to the warning originally issued on Friday, mentioning increased gust strengths and expected impacts across parts of Northern England and the far south of Scotland.Please be aware of the potential for disruption due to the gales and severe gales, particularly for the areas highlighted int eh words above.
Yellow warning of snowUpdated 29 November at 11:53
- 0700 on Mon 30 November
- 1400 on Mon 30 November
A band of rain will move east across Northern Ireland, southern Scotland and northern England on Monday morning and afternoon. Across northern parts of Northern Ireland and southern Scotland the rain is expected to turn to wet snow with 2 to 5 cm possible above about 150 m, and some slushy accumulations possible at lower levels. 10 cm may possibly occur above 300 m. Across northern England the snow is expected to be restricted to hills above about 400 m. Drier conditions will spread east through the late morning and early afternoon.
Please be aware of the need to take extra care and allow more time for travel.
Issued by the Met Office