Northumberland weather: Temperatures set to rise and wind to ease in week ahead
Northumberland will enjoy some sunny spells and warmer temperatures in the week ahead according to Met Office forecasters.
It’s been a breezy weekend in the county but that is set to change as we head into the new week.
The Met Office says Monday, June 13 will be much less windy, with more sunshine and rising temperatures on the way throughout the rest of week.
Forecasters predict it could become very warm and highs of 23°C are expected in Northumberland on Friday, June 17.
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Here’s what the weather has in store this week in Northumberland, according to Met Office forecasters.
Monday, June 13
The week will start with drier, but cloudier, weather. It will be much less windy and it will feel warmer as temperatures reach 17°C in Northumberland.
However, forecasters warn fleeting showers are possible in some places. Expect lows of 10°C
Tuesday, June 14
Tuesday will be mainly dry with some sunny spells. It will be warm with highs of 18°C and lows of 8°C
Wednesday, June 15
Temperatures are set to keep climbing during the week, although cool starts are possible. It will change to sunny in the early evening, with highs of 19°C and lows of 10°C.
Thursday, June 16
Another warm, but mostly cloudy day, with maximum temperatures of 20°C and lows of 13°C.
Friday, June 17
As the weekend approaches, temperatures will rise further, bringing highs of 23°C in Sunderland and more sunshine.