Hour-by-hour weather forecast: Here is how long the sun will last in Northumberland as Met Office issues yellow weather warning

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The warm weather is expected to continue across Northumberland today as the Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for thunderstorms.

According to the Met Office forecasters, our region is set to enjoy a fine day with sunshine and a freshening northeasterly breeze.

Highs of 17°C are expected in Northumberland with temperatures remaining fairly warm into the evening and overnight.

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Temperatures are set to continue throughout the weekend and into next week but the sun is set to be replaced by cloudy weather and potential thunderstorms with the Met Office issuing a yellow weather warning.

The sunny weather is set to end in Northumberland.The sunny weather is set to end in Northumberland.
The sunny weather is set to end in Northumberland.

The warning read:” Some places are likely to see severe thunderstorms early next week - but there is significant uncertainty in location and timing.”

Here is your hour-by-hour weather forecast in Alnwick for August 8 and August 9:


7am: Sunny 13°C

8am: Sunny 15°C

9am to 10pm: Cloudy 15°C

11am: Partly cloudy 16°C

12pm to 2pm: Sunny 17°C

3pm to 4pm: Sunny 16°C

5pm: Sunny intervals 15°C

6pm: Cloudy 15°C

7pm: Sunny intervals 14°C

8pm: Sunny intervals 13°C

9pm: Partly cloudy night 13°C

10pm to 11pm: Cloudy 12°C


12am to 4am: Cloudy 12°C

5am: Partly cloudy 12°C

6am: Cloudy 13°C

7am: Sunny intervals 13°C

8am to 9am: Cloudy 14°C

10am to 11am: Sunny intervals 15°C

12pm: Cloudy 15°C

1pm: Cloudy 16°C

2pm to 4pm: Sunny intervals 16°C

5pm to 7pm: Sunny intervals 15°C

8pm: Sunny intervals 14°C

9pm to 10pm: Partly cloudy night 14°C

11pm: Partly cloudy night 13°C

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