Showers ease towards midnight. It will become mainly dry with clear spells, allowing temperatures to dip and hover just above freezing. A frost is possible in places sheltered from the wind.
A cold but bright start initially but cloud will thicken and rain will develop from the west, pushing onto the Pennines by lunchtime. Winds will be strong and gusty over hills.
Localised flooding is possible as the last of the snow melts and the rain becomes heavy during in the afternoon. 7C
Very wet and very windy weather moves in from the west. 10-20mm of rain could fall in addition to melting snow. The Met Office have issued a warning for the risk of localised flooding as the big thaw begins.
A chilly start and end to the night with a small risk of icy stretches. Many parts of the region stay above freezing for the first time in a fortnight.
A day of sunshine and showers. Remaining blustery with temperatures up to the average. Highs 6-7C
A wet and windy spell moves in for this evening and overnight. Some heavy outbreaks are expected and there could be in excess of 2 inches of rainfall by Sunday lunchtime.
This morning there was 33cm of snow depth recorded at Redesdale Camp - another 10cm of fresh snow on top of what we already had.
With temperatures recovering and more rain on it's way the Met Office has issued a Yellow 'Be Aware' warning for the risk of localised flooding with a quick thaw.
Isolated showers, perhaps wintry on hills, but also bright or sunny spells.
Some blustery winds and feeling on the cold side, although higher temperatures than recently giving a slight thaw.
Maximum temperature 4 °C.
Snow will become heavy during the evening and night giving some significant accumulations, perhaps turning to rain later before clearing away during the small hours.
Very icy in places. Staying quite blustery and feeling cold. Minimum temperature -2 °C.
Heavy rain combined with melting snow could lead to localised surface water and river flooding.
The Met Office warn that the public should be aware of potential disruption to travel.
The Environment Agency warned there is a risk of surface water and river flooding this weekend across England and Wales, particularly in the Midlands and north east England.
Emergency teams from the Environment Agency will be out in force throughout the weekend to shore up defences, monitor river levels and clear blockages from watercourses.
Those in areas at risk should check the Environment Agency website for the latest information - environment-agency.gov.uk/flood - and sign up for free flood warnings on the Environment Agency's website or by calling the Environment Agency Flood Line on 0845 988 1188.
There is a wave of mostly light snow over much of the region. There are some heavy bursts in the mix but it's the second wave, over Ireland at the moment, that we are keeping our eye on.
Some areas, mostly high ground, could see as much as 10cm of snow.