Sunderland set for more wind before calm returns later

Sunderland is set for another blustery start on Tuesday, February 4.

Monday, 3rd February 2020, 7:29 pm
Updated Monday, 3rd February 2020, 7:36 pm
It is set to be another blustery start to the day

What will the weather be like in Sunderland in the morning?

This morning will be cloudy, with more of the high winds of recent days. Gusts of up to 25mph can be expected. The temperature will reach 7C by 12pm.

What about the afternoon?

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The cloud cover will continue, though the wind should start to ease from noon.

What will the weather be during the evening and overnight in Sunderland?

Cloud cover will continue through the evening and overnight, with wind speeds continuing to fall. Cloudy skies will mean temperatures remain well above freezing.

What will the weather be like on Wednesday?

Brief sunny intervals around 9am will soon give way to more cloud cover, which will linger through the day. The temperature will peak at 7C in early afternoon.

What is the long-term forecast for the North East?

The Met Office report for the North East for Thursday, February 6 to Monday, February 17, says: “Drier and a little colder through Thursday with sunny spells, but a risk of overnight frost or fog.

“Dry and bright Friday. Becoming more unsettled on Saturday, with rain spreading eastwards and reaching most areas through the day.

“The driest and brightest weather will be seen in the east before rain arrives later. Further ahead, unsettled conditions are expected to dominate; generally windy with spells of rain at times, interspersed with brighter but showery interludes.

“Colder interludes carry the risk of frost or wintry showers on high ground.”