Hour-by-hour temperature forecast as the sunny weather looks set to continue across Northumberland

The sunny weather is expected to continue across Northumberland throughout Saturday, May 30.

By Ryan Smith
Friday, 29th May 2020, 8:18 pm
Updated Friday, 29th May 2020, 8:18 pm

According to Met Office forecasters, our region is set to experience more of the same, weather-wise throughout the weekend.

Here is your hour-by-hour weather forecast for Saturday, May 30:

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The nice weather looks set to continue across Northumberland.

4am: Clear skies, less than 5% chance of rain, 9C, wind speed: 6mph.

5am to 6am: Sunny, less than 5% chance of rain, 9C, wind speed: 7mph.

7am to 10am: Sunny, less than 5% chance of rain, 13C, wind speed: 9mph.

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11am to 12pm: Sunny, less than 5% chance of rain, 14C, wind speed: 11mph.

1pm to 2pm: Sunny, less than 5% chance of rain, 15C, wind speed: 13mph.

3pm: Sunny, less than 5% chance of rain, 15C, wind speed: 13mph.

4pm: Sunny, less than 5% chance of rain, 14C, wind speed: 13mph.

5pm: Sunny, less than 5% chance of rain, 14C, wind speed: 12mph.

6pm to 7pm: Sunny, less than 5% chance of rain, 13C, wind speed: 11mph.

8pm: Sunny, less than 5% chance of rain, 12C, wind speed: 10mph.

9pm: Sunny, less than 5% chance of rain, 11C, wind speed: 7mph.

10pm: Clear skies, less than 5% chance of rain, 10C, wind speed: 6mph.

11pm: Clear skies, less than 5% chance of rain, 9C, wind speed: 6mph.

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