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It now looks unlikely that the second parachute event of the day will go ahead because of poor weather conditions.
The Princess of Wales' regiment, The Tigers, were due to jump between 12 and 1pm.
But poor visibility and an incoming tide mean that this event probably won't proceed.
Poor weather has forced the cancellation of the RAF Falcons' parachute jump. The display was due to begin at 11am.
The Tigers, another parachute display team, are due to jump between 12 and 1pm, but there is some doubt about whether conditions will allow this.
Starting cloudy with outbreaks of rain, this heavy in places.
The rain will tend to become more intermittent into the afternoon with perhaps some bright or sunny intervals later.
Maximum temperature 19 °C.
The Red Arrows have honoured Bradley Lowery at the Sunderland Airshow.
The world famous pilot team drew a blue heart in the sky for Bradley, who died earlier this month after a battle with neuroblastoma.