- A170 Sutton Bank - Reports of road closed due to snow at MOOR LANE
- A193 Bebside Road - Road closed due to snow at B1505 HORTON ROAD
- A690 Durham Road - Road closed and queueing traffic due to serious accident, two cars involved. Police directing traffic at A19 / B1286 CITY WAY (HERRINGTON INTERCHANGE)
Here are some of your pictures across the North East as snow and sleet hit the region.Read the full story ›
The North East has been hit by overnight snow and sleet. Parts of Weardale, Teesdale and County Durham saw snow fall on higher ground.Read the full story ›
Parts of our region have been affected by snow and sleet.
Parts of Weardale, Teesdale and County Durham saw snow fall on higher ground.
The latest advice and forecast from the Met Office can be viewed here
Reports of hazardous driving conditions due to snow on A171 Birk Brow Road between Whitby Road and Stanghow Road.
Affecting the traffic between Middlesbrough and Whitby.
Further weather warnings have been issued for our region over the weekend.
After today's wintry showers ICE will be a problem as temperatures drop overnight.
Tomorrow further spells of RAIN will fall on already saturated ground.
That could lead to more surface flooding.
For full details visit the Met Office warnings website.
Outbreaks of sleet and snow will spread across parts of Southern Scotland and northern England this morning, continuing into the afternoon before clearing east into the North Sea by evening.
Some of this will be heavy and could bring accumulations of 5-10 cm on ground above 200 to 300 metres, with 1-3 cm settling to low levels in places.
Please be aware of some difficult driving conditions and the risk of travel disruption.
You've been sending in your snowy snaps... here is a selection of the best:Read the full story ›
"It is one Celsius in Newcastle at the moment...and Durham it is hovering at zero, making the perfect conditions for snow." - Met OfficeRead the full story ›
A cold, wet and wintry weekend - but skies will clear overnight and winds will ease, leading to a widespread frost and the risk of iceRead the full story ›