Rain from the northwest overnight, becoming light and patchy as it pushes southeast.
Cold and very windy weather following to the north by dawn.
Monday is a day of sunshine and showers with very strong winds. Showers will become more developed and turn increasingly wintry as the day progresses
There is a Met Office warning in place for the hills: squally snow showers creating difficult driving conditions. 5-10cm snow cover possible over higher routes with some drifting. Gusts to 50mph.
A blustery afternoon with gusty, westerly winds and occasional light, showery rain.
The best of the brightness will remain to the east for longest as a cold front approaches from the west by this evening.
Overnight we should be frost free. Cloudy skies, stronger winds and patchy rain.
Clear skies today bring an early frost this evening. Lows down to -2C. This will be replaced by an area of rain from the northwest.
This could bring a temporary covering of snow for the hills as it meets the cold air. As the rain hits subzero surfaces ice could be a problem for the middle part of the night. By dawn milder and cloudier weather wins with a strong westerly breeze.
Less cold but more cloud. Outbreaks of rain during the morning should ease. Sunny spells should develop later. Temperatures back up to 8/9C and remaining breezy.
Colder, showery and windy.
The winds veer to the north by midweek, increasing the risk of any showers to turn wintry. A return to overnight frosts and the risk of ice. Winds strong to gale force at times and cold - big wind chill factor.
Westerly winds will increase on Thursday to produce gusts of 50-60mph, perhaps as high as 70mph on exposed coasts and hills.
The greatest strength transfers into northern England and southern Scotland by the afternoon.
Winds will then gradually ease across all areas during Thursday evening.
Bright or sunny spells and heavy, squally showers with a risk thunder and hail.
Becoming drier during the evening.
Very windy with a risk of gales over high ground. Maximum temperature 10 °C
Windy this evening, with gales in places, especially across Northumberland and the Pennines.
Rain will quickly clear, with broken cloud and showers following.
Showers most frequent across the Pennines later. Minimum temperature 4 °C.
River levels are high following yesterday's rainfall and continued snow melt. Further rainfall today has kept the levels high and will prolong existing flooding.
The latest on flood warnings for our area can be found here.
Winds increasing during Wednesday to become very gusty, particularly near heavy showers. The public should be aware that there is the potential for some minor disruption to travel.
Our region should escape the worst of the winds BUT we are still looking at a vey gusty day.
Patchy rain is clearing east.
Tomorrow we will see blustery showers moving in from the west.
Gusty winds will stay with us for the next couple of days.