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UK weather forecast: The wintry spell continues for the North East with snow showers

This Evening and Tonight:

Rather cloudy with hill fog and some outbreaks of light rain, sleet, and snow. Snow most likely over higher ground.

It will remain cold and some icy patches are possible overnight. Minimum temperature 0 °C.


Staying cold and mostly cloudy, with hill fog persisting in places.

A few spots of light rain, sleet and perhaps isolated hill snow remain possible, but mostly dry. Maximum temperature 4 °C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:

Rather cloudy Sunday with light rain and hill snow during the evening.

Fine on Monday, but windy overnight, with rain and hill snow clearing to sunny spells and wintry showers Tuesday. Cold.

UK weather forecast: Further snow warning for the North East

A band of rain, sleet and snow will move slowly eastwards across England and southern Scotland during Friday.

There remains uncertainty in the extent of any snow, but there is the potential for 1-4 cm of snow to accumulate on some higher level routes, chiefly above 250 metres.


UK weather forecast: A cold night in the North East brings the risk of frost and ice

This Evening and Tonight:

A few wintry showers continuing near the coast this evening, dying out towards midnight.

Otherwise it will be dry with predominantly clear skies and light winds, leading to a very cold night with a widespread frost and patches of ice.

Minimum temperature -5 °C.


A cold and frosty start, but with plenty of sunshine.

Cloud increasing from the southwest later in the day bringing outbreaks of light rain, sleet and snow in the evening.

Maximum temperature 4 °C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Saturday and Sunday will be cold and rather cloudy with the odd spot of light rain, turning wintry at times, particularly over higher ground. Sunny on Monday with early frost.

UK weather forecast: Risk of SNOW & ICE in the North East

Occasional showers of sleet and snow will affect some eastern parts of England during Thursday, leading to a temporary covering of 1-3 cm of snow in places.

Showers will become restricted to immediate coastal districts by evening, before dying out.

Icy patches will then form on untreated surfaces.

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