Sunderland weather forecast: Bright sunshine but this is when cloud could spoil plans later

The weather is set to be mostly bright today as forecasters predict a mixture of sunshine and some periods of cloud throughout most of the day.

By Helen Johnson
Thursday, 21 March, 2019, 07:51

What will the weather be like this morning in Sunderland?

This morning will begin cloudy, before bright sunshine from 10am onwards. The temperature will reach 14C by 12pm.

The weather is set to be mostly bright today as forecasters predict a mixture of sunshine and some periods of cloud throughout most of the day.

What will the weather be like this afternoon in Sunderland?

Early afternoon will continue to see sunny spells, before becoming cloudier from 2pm onwards. Bright sunshine will then return from 3pm onwards. The temperature will increase to its peak of 15C by 1pm and remain so throughout the afternoon.

What will the weather be like this evening and tonight in Sunderland?

This evening will be clear and dry. The temperature will be 12C throughout the evening and 9C overnight.

What will the weather be like tomorrow in Sunderland?

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Tomorrow will be cloudy throughout the day. Maximum temperature of 12C.

What is the long-term forecast for Sunderland?

The Met Office UK outlook for Monday 25 March to Wednesday 3 April said: “On Monday the far southwest will probably have a dry day with sunny spells, but elsewhere it will be cloudier with showers.

“Windy for many, with a risk of gales in the northeast and east. Through much of the rest of the week high pressure is expected to dominate, bringing some fine and dry weather, especially in the east and southeast.

“However the far northwest will be breezier and cloudier, with occasional outbreaks of rain.

“During the final days of March and into the start of April the changeable conditions in the northwest are likely to become more widespread.

“Temperatures often close to normal in the north, but with some warmer periods elsewhere, particularly during the earlier part of this period.”