Hour-by-hour: Met Office issues a yellow weather warning for rain across the North East

The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for rain across the North East, here is your weather forecast for Northumberland.

Saturday, 27th June 2020, 1:35 pm
Updated Saturday, 27th June 2020, 1:36 pm

After a week of sunny weather and high temperatures, the North East is set for thunderstorms – with Met Office forecasters issuing a yellow weather warning.

Temperatures are expected to remain around the mid-teens so there is a good chance of humidity expected.

Here is your hour-by-hour forecast for Saturday, June 27:

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1pm to 3pm: Heavy showers with sunny spells are expected. The temperature will be around 15°C resulting in a high humidity.

3pm to 7pm: Met Office forecasters are predicting thunderstorms to begin at around 4pm and are set to last into the early evening. Temperatures will rise to 16°C.

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8pm to 9pm: Thunderstorms are set to pass by 8pm, however forecasters are predicting a hail shower, 15°C.

Met Office issue a yellow rain warning.

9pm to 11pm: Rain is expected to ease off however the weather will remain overcast, temperatures will be around 14°C.

What will the weather be like heading into Sunday, June 28?

12am to 4am: Forecasters predict the weather to be cloudy throughout the early hours of the morning, temperatures will be around 11°C.

4am to 6am: Light showers are expected as the day breaks, 11°C.

6am to 9am: An overcast start to the day is predicted by Met Office forecasters, 13°C.

2pm to 6pm: Overcast skies as the evening draws in, highs of 16°C expected.

6pm to 11pm: Temperatures will drop to 12°C throughout the evening as the overcast weather looks set to continue.

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