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Weather: Thursday

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Any fog patches will clear allowing bright or sunny spells to develop.

Further isolated showers are possible, although most parts dry by evening.

Feeling cool again, especially near the coast.

Maximum Temperature 12 °C.

Weather: Staying chilly

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Rather cloudy at times overnight with scattered showers across the region. The heaviest and most frequent of which will be near the coast.

It will turn chilly in some sheltered inland areas by dawn with some fog patches forming.

Minimum Temperature 4 °C.


Can you help police trace missing Morgan?

Morgan has since been found safe and well.

​Police are growing increasingly concerned about a missing teenager from Newton Aycliffe.

Morgan Thompson, 15, was reported missing on October 12 after failing to attend school.

It is believed she may have travelled to London. Morgan is described as around 5 foot 4 inches tall, of slim build with long fair hair.

Anyone with information about Morgan’s whereabouts is asked to contact Bishop Auckland Police on 101.

Concern for missing man, 60, from Thornaby

John Crossan

Cleveland Police are appealing for help to trace a missing 60-year-old man from Thornaby.

John Crossan was last seen leaving his house at 7am on October 17.

John is white, 5'4" tall, of thin build, with blue eyes and is clean shaven.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Cleveland Police on 101.

John Crossan


Weather: Tuesday

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Many parts starting dry with some sunny intervals, but increasing cloud bringing further showers from the west during the day.

Feeling noticeably cooler in the brisk west or northwest wind.

Maximum Temperature 11 °C.

Hunters' Moon: Your pictures

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Last night we saw the first full moon since the autumn equinox

Credit: Alfred Dodds

It is known as the Hunters' Moon – traditionally providing enough light for hunters to see by.

Credit: Callum Thompson

This year it was also a SUPERMOON – meaning it is closer to the earth than normal so appeared bigger (14% bigger if you are doing the maths)

Credit: Rick Ford

As it rose so close to sunset and stays relatively close to the horizon it can be seen at times to have an orange tinge.

Credit: Ashley Foster
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