Once again mist and low cloud will drift inland from the North Sea leading to extensive hill fog.
Patchy, mainly light, rain will affect the area after midnight. Minimum Temperature 10C.
A look ahead at the forecast for the Tyne Tees region.Read the full story ›
The families of three young people who drowned in York's river are due to take part in a new river safety campaign.
Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, says the campaign looks to address "underlying issues" such as alcohol that can affect the way people behave around rivers when they are "on a night out".
The families of three young people who drowned in York's river are due to take part in a new safety campaign.
Megan Roberts, Ben Clarkson and Tyler Pearson all drowned between January and March 2014.
Their families will now meet with the authorities later this week.
Seven new ambulances have been brought into service by the Daft as a Brush cancer transport charity. The organisation now has a fleet of 16 vehicles to take cancer patients to and from hospital for treatment.
For one man in particular, the unveiling was an emotional occasion.
Derek Proud reports:
Councils flew Saltires while people in South Shields signed a petition calling for our neighbours to stay in the union.Read the full story ›
In an exclusive poll, ITV News Tyne Tees and ComRes found 65% of Tyne Tees residents do not want Scotland to become an independent country.Read the full story ›
I think two things are bubbling beneath this poll. First, a sense that Scotland is our closest friend, and second, that it could become our worst enemy.
As a friend, the North East does plenty of trade across the border with Scotland. But would an independent Scotland turn on its neighbours, slashing taxes to compete for business?
I heard some of that concern on the streets today as South Tyneside Council raised the Saltire this morning. People there clung to 'No' signs to show that while they don't have a voice, they do have a view. And that view was largely that Scotland and the North East are better together.
But interestingly, our poll doesn't suggest that support for the union is that much higher in the North East than elsewhere in England, at least not when compared to other recent polls. I think there may be two things at play here too.
One is the promise from Alex Salmond that the North East could actually benefit from Scottish independence. That together, they could build an economic powerhouse to rival the south, linking the great cities of Glasgow, Edinburgh and Newcastle.
The other, is his vision for what some believe would be a more 'socialist' Scotland. In the North East, the majority of people vote Labour. And not just Labour, but Old Labour. There are some who quite fancy the idea of Scotland embarking on a left-wing adventure right on our doorstep.
But unlike the polls in Scotland, here there is a clear majority. And for now, that majority is firmly in favour of the union.
- Paul Brand, ITV Political Correspondent