Temperatures set to dip, but Northumberland should see a sunny bank holiday Monday

It looks like we’re in for a so-so few days weather wise in Northumberland, with the sun and heat being nothing like we had on Wednesday.

Wednesday, 20th May 2020, 11:32 pm

However, it should at least be mainly dry and we will see a reasonable amount of sunshine.

What will the weather be like in Northumberland on Thursday, May 21?

It will be a cloudy morning with light rain late on, but becoming sunnier as the day wears on and staying like that until dusk. Top temperature will be about 18°C.

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Fingers crossed, we'll see a pleasant, socially-distanced bank holiday here in Alnwick.

It will be cloudy but dry overnight with the temperature at around 10°C.

What will the weather be like on Friday, May 22?

Cloudy and with some heavy rain early in the morning, followed by sunny intervals throughout the day and a top temperature of 16°C.

It will be a clear night with temperatures dipping to 11°C.

What will the weather be like on Saturday, May 23 and through to bank holiday Monday?

Saturday is expected see sunny intervals all day and temperatures no higher than 13°C. There should be a clear night, with temperatures dropping to 11°C or so.

Sunday will be dry with sunny intervals, a sunny evening and a top temperature of 16°C.

Monday will see a sunny bank holiday, with temperatures up to 18°C.

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