The Rugby World Cup Webb Ellis Trophy is spending a final day in the North East on its tour of Britain.
With 46 days until the start of the tournament, the cup has visited the Angel of the North before heading on to Durham.
Early showers should ease to leave a largely mostly dry day with sunny spells.
A fresh southwesterly breeze will pick up through the morning. Maximum Temperature 19°C.
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After a chilly start there will be some sunny or bright spells, especially during the morning, but also some showers.
These most likely through the afternoon and evening and perhaps turning heavy in places.
Maximum Temperature 18°C.
There will be some sunny or bright spells through the day, but also some showers or longer spells of rain, especially through the afternoon and evening.
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Dry with lengthy clear spells at first, leading to another chilly night.
Cloud thickening from the west through the early hours, with a few showers in the north by dawn.