Bank Holiday Monday looks like a North-South split for the UK - the further south you are the greater risk of heavier and more persistent outbreaks of rain as the day progresses. The Met Office have a warning in place for anywhere south of a line spreading from the Isle of Man across to the Humber. This means the northeast is better placed for drier conditions on Monday
Winds become stronger on Monday too, from the east - affecting conditions at the coasts and making it feel cooler.
From Tuesday it looks likely that high pressure will build to the north of the UK, giving us a mainly dry story for most of Tuesday and through into Wednesday.
Here's your TYNE TEES forecast for the next few days.....
REST OF SUNDAY:
Dry end to the day with hazy sunshine and light winds. Remaining dry overnight and initially quite chilly again in rural spots. Some good clear spells at first, but cloud is likely to build later. Lows 6°C.
BANK HOLIDAY MONDAY:
Cool, rather cloudy and breezy but some bright spells are likely in northern parts, especially duirng the morning. Despite a mostly dry day some outbreaks of rain may affect North Yorkshire later especially towards evening. Winds will be stronger, from the east - making it feel cooler, especially at the coast. Highs 16°C
Mostly dry on Tuesday and Wednesday with some sunny intervals and lighter winds, although staying cooler and breezy for the coastline. Generally rather cloudy on Thursday with some rain or showers at times