The North East has seen wintry showers on Christmas Eve morning but could there be a white Christmas?
Forecasters are predicting cold temperatures, rain and heavy winds for most of the country.
Here is your five-day Christmas weather forecast for Northumberland, according to the Met Office:
Thursday, December 24
Forecasters are predicting a cold but dry Christmas Eve, with a frosty start to the day.
As we head into the afternoon, some rain showers are forecast however there could also be some sunny spells.
Temperatures are expected to be no higher than 4°C.
Friday, December 25
Those hoping for a white Christmas are set to be disappointed as the Met Office forecasts a dry and cloudy day.
Despite the overcast day, rain is not expected however it will still feel cold, with temperatures around the 5°C mark.
Saturday, December 26
The Met Office are predicting a dry and cloudy start to Boxing Day.
Sunday, December 27
Forecasters are expecting a dry Sunday with sunny spells throughout the afternoon.
The weather may become overcast as the day goes on however no rain is currently forecast, with highs of 4°C.
Monday, December 28
As we head into the bank holiday, the wind is expected to die down and we look set for another dry day – temperature is set to be 5°C.