Weekend weather forecast: mild sunny periods but turning cool on Sunday
Last weekend we had the first real taste of spring as temperatures hit double digits.
Dozens of people flocked to the northeastern coasts and the Newcastle Quayside to take advantage of the warm weather.
However, this weekend it doesn’t look like we’ll be so lucky.
We will see sunny periods in the region on Saturday with mild temperatures around 7 Â° C.
But on Sunday it is expected to get colder and cloudier.
Starting Monday, we will also see drizzle in many areas of the northeast.
Here is the full Met Office forecast:
“After a cold and frosty start, it will be a largely dry day with sunny rains and just a light shower. A feeling of freshness, but this will be somewhat offset by the sun and light winds. Maximum temperature 6 Â° C.”
“All the showers will end soon this evening to leave a dry night with prolonged clear episodes and light winds. It will be a cold night with widespread frost. Minimum temperature -3 Â° C.”
“A cold but largely sunny morning. Cloudy increasing in the afternoon, but remaining dry. Light winds. Maximum temperature 7 Â° C.”
“Sunday cold and becoming rather cloudy. Milder but cloudy Monday, with some light rain and drizzle, mainly over the western hills. Cloudy with scattered rain Tuesday and becoming windy.”