Hour-by-hour weather forecast: The outlook for Northumberland as Level 3 weather alert remains in place

A Met Office weather warning remains in place today, with temperatures set to hover just above freezing during a significantly drier but still icy-cold 24 hours for the county.

Monday, 8th February 2021, 11:08 am

A Level 3 alert was issued for Northumberland earlier this week and the weather warning looks set to be in place both today and during the coming days.

Temperatures are expected to hover around freezing throughout the day ahead, leading into an icy start for the coming week.

Forecasters predict one or two snowy spells in and around Alnwick during the morning and near midday. The next 24 hours are set to be considerably drier compared to Friday and Saturday, February 5 and 6, but still bitterly cold.

A significantly drier day is forecast for Northumberland, but snowy spells are expected in and around Alnwick as temperatures hover around zero

A Met Office spokesperson said: “Cold or very cold with a brisk northeasterly wind, which will continue bring frequent sleet and snow showers off the North Sea.

"Further accumulations are likely. Some brighter interludes. Maximum temperature 2°C.”

Overall, it is likely to be colder than yesterday, but also drier with brisk easterly winds persisting.

Severe flood warnings are also in place across large parts of the north of England.

Flooding in the area over recent days has caused an A1 slip-road to close temporarily. There are flood warnings in place for areas around Felton and Rothbury today.

Here is your hour-by-hour weather forecast in Northumberland for Sunday, February 7:

7am to 8am: Chance of snow, 0-1°C

9am to 10am: Chance of snow, 1°C

11am: Overcast, 1°C

12pm: Chance of snow, 1°C

1pm to 3pm: Overcast with intervals of snowfall, 1-2°C

4pm: Overcast, 1°C

5pm: Overcast, 1°C

6pm: Overcast, 1°C

7pm to 8pm: Overcast, 1°C

9pm: Overcast, 1°C

10pm: Overcast, 1°C

11pm: Chance of snow, 1°C

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