Feeling cool as windy conditions develop through the day, especially along the coast and over hills.
It will remain cloudy with persistent and often heavy rain, especially over higher ground.
Maximum temperature 13 °C.
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Owing to high tides there are several flood warnings for the North Sea along the east coast.
They come into force for Wednesday morning's high tide.
Wave overtopping is expected to cause some flooding in the areas covered by the warnings.
Tuesday will start cloudy with some persistent and in places heavy rain.
The rain may turn more intermittent through the afternoon and evening, though still some heavier bursts possible.
Cool. Maximum temperature 14 °C.
Thickening cloud will bring outbreaks of rain across the area by midnight.
The rain could become heavy in places through the latter part of the night, especially on the hills.
Minimum temperature 11 °C.
After last week's hot weather there is a very different feel to things this week.Read the full story ›
Newcastle Central Mosque has released a statement in the aftermath of a car crashing into people celebrating Eid in Newcastle on Sunday 25th June.
"Eid al-Fitr is a special occasion marked at the end of the fasting month of Ramadan for Muslims all over the world. It is an occasion where people of all backgrounds come together to pray and celebrate.
Yesterday’s unfortunate incident has left us devastated; our congregation, which is generally full of life and happiness, has changed to grief and sorrow. We continue to pray for the full recovery of all those affected. We have been visiting the injured at the Royal Victoria Infirmary, conveying everyone’s message of prayer, best wishes and support.
May Allah the Almighty grant those affected with a full and quick recovery."