Mainly dry but rather cloudy to start this week. More unsettled by the end of the day Wednesday - stronger winds and showery rainRead the full story ›
The Kingdom Tenors have made it through to the Britain's Got Talent live shows. Among the twelve singers in Jordan Todd from Washington. Jordan told ITV News Tyne Tees it has been hard work and taken a lot of rehearsing to perfect the harmonies and unison the group are able to display now. He says he hopes to fly the North East flag on the ITV talent show.
"It is such an honour to be a part of something as prestigious as Britain's Got Talent. To be representing the North East is a dream come true, I really hope the region gets behind myself and The Kingdom Tenors. I know they can. I can't wait for everyone to see our performance and I hope that it gets us to the live final on Sunday. I really want to thank everyone in the region for their support so far, it's been overwhelming and I genuinely appreciate it all."
Many areas dry over the next few days with variable cloud and cooler airflowRead the full story ›
Cloudy with hill fog first thing, however this should clear to leave a bright, breezy remainder of the day, perhaps with very isolated late showers.
Feeling cooler than Saturday. Fresher highs of 15°C with west/northwest breeze.
Becoming increasingly cloudy during the evening with spells of rain moving in from the northwest by around midnight.
Hill fog will become more extensive during the early hours, with the rain turning heavy locally before generally easing into daybreak.
Rural lows 7°C
Displays highlighting the skills of military engineers are taking place in North Yorkshire today.
The local regiment are celebrating the anniversary of the Freedom of Ripon being granted to the Corps of Royal Engineers.
Soldiers from 21 Engineer Regiment, based at Claro Barracks in the city, are manning the displays, which will include two 30-tonne Terriers and a multi-terrain armoured digger.
A dry day with bright or sunny spells. Rain comes through overnight into Sunday morning, before drier yet fresher weather developsRead the full story ›