Hour-by-hour forecast: This is how hot it is going to be in Sunderland on Bank Holiday Monday
Grab your sunglasses as we are in for a warm Bank Holiday Monday according to forecasters.
The sun is due to have his hat on from 6am onward. After a mild start to the day at 9C (48F) it will warm up throughout the day reaching a peak temperature of 13C (55F) by 1pm.
It will stay like this until 6pm with only some cloud predicted at around 4pm-5pm.
However, the Met Office says it will feel more like 11C due to the breeze.
The city is also in for a mild and partly cloudy night with it still being 11C at 10pm.
The Met Office’s summary for the North East on Bank Holiday Monday is: “Another fine and dry day, with plenty of strong sunshine. Early low cloud retreating back to some North Sea coastal areas.
"Widely warm, but cooler along the east coast.”
Some inland areas could hit 23C, it says. Tuesday, June 1 is set to see more cloud but be warmer than Monday reaching 16C.
Here is the hour by hour prediction for the day:
8am: Sunshine 10C
9am: Sunshine 11C
10am : Sunshine 12C
11am : Sunshine 12C
Noon: Sunshine 12C
1pm: Sunshine 13C
2pm: Sunshine 13C
3pm: Sunshine 13C
4pm: Cloud with sunny intervals 13C
5pm: Sunshine 13C
6pm: Sunshine 13C
7pm: Sunshine 12C
8pm: Sunshine 12C
9pm: Sunshine 11C
10pm: Partly cloudy 10C