Sunderland weather forecast for Christmas week including Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day
Christmas is less than a week away, and so far the weather has been quite unsettled, looking forward what does the Met Office predict for next week?
Christmas is only a week away, so what is the weather going to be like?
Friday, December 20:
Friday will be mostly cloudy and it’s likely there will be some wet and windy conditions, temperatures will reach 8C and wind speed is likely to reach around 10mph.
Saturday, December 21:
The weather is expected to become less unsettled, but there will be some looming clouds and chances of rain are still possible, temperatures will reach 7C.
Sunday, December 22:
Sunday is set to see some showers, but brighter spells are expected come midday.
Temperatures will be quite mild, but overnight frost is possible.
Monday, December 23:
A rather unsettled start to the week with possible winds and further showers.
There will be some dry spells, but temperatures are expected to fall which will bring with an increased risk of frost and patchy fog.
Tuesday, December 24:
The overall outlook for Christmas Eve is quite positive as the sun will begin to shine around 9am to reveal a sunny day for all and temperatures will be quite mild at about 6C.
It will be a breezy day however, as wind speed will reach about 15mph.
Wednesday, December 25:
A cold spell will move in on Christmas morning, temperatures are quite mild at 5C it will appear colder due to winds moving in from the south.
Christmas Day will warm up a little by 3pm as there will be some sunshine for an enjoyable afternoon.
Thursday, December 26:
Boxing Day is set to be a chilly day with temperatures hovering around 3C and 4C, but it will feel more like freezing.
It’s also set to be quite a windy day with gusts reaching 22mph.
The Met Office UK outlook for Boxing Day to New Year says the cold spell could last until the end of the week.
They warn it is more likely that the weather will become more changeable again with near normal temperatures and more spells of rain and strong winds.