Emma brings you Sunday night's forecast for the North East region.
Four and a half thousand people have taken part in the Great North 10K race in Gateshead.
They included hundreds of Gurkha soldiers raising money for their native Nepal following the recent earthquake.
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Northumbria Police are appealing for information after a woman and child were approached by two men on a bus in Newcastle.
It happened on Thursday 7 May and police have released CCTV pictures of two men they want to speak to.
The men made abusive comments which made the woman and child feel threatened. They reported it to the driver, who ordered the men off the bus.
It is believed the pair may be from, or have links to, the Cowgate area. Anyone who recognises them is asked to contact the police.
Thousands of people have turned out for the Great North 10k which has taken place on Gateshead quayside.
Billed as 'the North East's biggest 10k', the run started and finished at Gateshead International Stadium.
The event, which is in its seventh year, attracted crowds of spectators as runners passed the Sage Gateshead, Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art and the Millennium Bridge.
The run was started by local fundraiser Katie Cutler and Tracey Cramond, who was the millionth finisher at the Great North Run.
A man has been rescued by the Lifeboat crew at Redcar after his inflatable boat - which cost less than £40 - capsized close to the shore.
The 35 year old from Middlesbrough had set out from the South Gare before being carried by the wind and tide towards the Teesside Wind Farm, and then towards the beach in Coatham Bay.
The inflatable kayak had been bought at a discount supermarket and the owner intended to go fishing with it. A member of the public alerted the Coastguard, and the man was pulled from the sea by the Redcar RNLI crew. He was extremely cold and became unwell, and was given emergency care before being taken to hospital.
Dave Cocks, Lifeboat Operations Manager at Redcar RNLI, said:
The RNLI standard safety advice before setting out in any type of boat is:
- Always wear a lifejacket
- Have a proper means of raising the alarm (e.g. flares or a VHF radio)
- Tell someone when you plan to leave and return
- Make sure the craft is seaworthy
- Check that the weather and tides are suitable
More information can be found at the RNLI's Respect The Water campaign.
More than three thousand pupils from nearly sixty schools have been performing in this year's Big Sing at the Sage Gateshead.
The Big Sing (for 7-16 year olds) and The Big Sing for Mini Singers (for 4-7 year olds) have become annual music events.
This year the music included Our House by Madness, True Colours by Cindy Lauper and We Are The Champions by Queen.
A man has been charged in connection with the death of Gordon Smith from Newcastle, whose body was found outside a property at Windermere on 1 July.
26 year old Mark Russell of Holly Terrace in Windermere has been charged with murder, and remanded in police custody.
He will appear in court on Monday.
Three other people have been bailed; a 48 year old woman and a 15 year old girl - both from Kent - and a 31 year old from Millom in Cumbria.