Lockdown weather forecast: How long the sun will continue to shine in Northumberland this weekend

As the coronavirus lockdown continues many of us will be pleased to hear that the good weather looks set to remain for the weekend.

By Sophie Brownson
Friday, 24th April 2020, 9:13 pm
Updated Friday, 24th April 2020, 9:15 pm

What will the weather be like in Northumberland on the morning of Saturday, April 25?

It will remain cloudy throughout the morning with highs of 8C.

What about in the afternoon?

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Lion Bridge and Alnwick Castle.

The afternoon will bring a mix of sunshine and clouds, with a maximum temperature of 11C.

What will the weather be like in the evening and overnight?

It will remain sunny and cloudy into the evening, with highs of 8C.

It will turn cloudy overnight with lows of 7C.

What will the weather be like on Sunday, April 26?

Sunday will be the warmest day of the weekend with highs of 13C at around 1pm.

After a sunny start it will become cloudy once again with some light showers in the afternoon.

Overnight temperatures will drop to 7C.

What is the long-term forecast for the North East?

The Met Office UK said: “It will be cloudy on Monday, with some brighter spells, but also scattered showers, which may merge into longer spells of rain at times. Mostly dry on Tuesday, though cloudy.”

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