A cool start, with any mist or fog patches soon clearing to leave a fine and sunny day with light winds.
Feeling warm later in the day. Maximum Temperature 14C.
A look ahead at the forecast for the Tyne Tees region.Read the full story ›
High pressure is dominating as we start this week.
It is giving us calm conditions and plenty of sunshine allowing temperatures to get up into the mid-teens, a few degrees higher than the average for this time of year.
The high pressure will hold on until Friday allowing temperatures to climb further.
By Wednesday we could be seeing them reach 17 or 18C (64F).
On Friday things will start to break down bringing cooler and more changeable conditions.
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Cloudy at first with some fog patches possible, but soon brightening up to give a dry day with some sunny spells.
Winds lighter today - so an improvement for the coastline compared to the weekend. Feeling warmer than on Sunday with inland highs 13°C.
Kerrie brings you Sunday night's forecast for the Tyne Tees regionRead the full story ›
Fine and mostly dry with some sunny spells for the first half of the new working weekRead the full story ›