Another cool and wet day with further spells of heavy, showery rain, but also with lighter winds than yesterday.
Perhaps some chance of brighter spells later.
Police are warning the public of an increase in phone scams in the North East.
Some fraudsters have even been pretending to be police officers, Last week three men were arrested on suspicion of conspiracy to commit fraud.
They have been released on police bail.
The summer holidays have got off to a very damp start. Heavy rain fell in parts of the region overnight and it's continued today.Read the full story ›
The largest free event in the North East attracted almost a million people to the seafront at Roker and Seaburn.Read the full story ›
A look ahead at the forecast for the Tyne Tees region.Read the full story ›
The Rugby World Cup trophy tour is about to kick off in our region as the Webb Ellis Cup enters the North East on Thursday (July 30) and will be travelling to the following destinations:
- Close House, Heddon-on-the-Wall - July 30
- Newcastle City Centre - July 30
- Alnwick Castle - July 30
- Tynemouth - August 1
- Northumbria University - August 2
- Gateshead International Stadium - August 2
- The Angel of the North - August 3
- Darlington Mowden Park - August 3
- West Hartlepool RFC - August 3
The Special Olympics will be the largest sports and humanitarian event in the world this year.Read the full story ›
A live-theatre company with more than 40 venues is creating up to 60 jobs in Sunderland by relocating some of its contact centre work.Read the full story ›
An overcast and wet day with persistent rain affecting most parts, occasionally heavy and sometimes turning more showery.
Cloud will be low at times so hill fog is a possibility.
Feeling cool for July.
Breezy along the coast. Maximum Temperature 13°C.