UK News Hour-by-hour North East forecast on Thursday and Friday as changeable weather to continue
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An autumnal mix of wind and rain is on the cards for the North East over the next few days.
If you're heading out, then it will be worth bringing a coat and umbrella, as the Met Office is predicting that there will be showers and gusty winds on Thursday and Friday. However, it's not all bad, as there will be some sunny spells that look set to bring a bit of brightness amidst the changeable weather.
On Thursday morning, there will be some sunshine and clouds with highs of 15°C before the afternoon turns cloudy and overcast with some evening rain. There will also be some strong winds with gusts as high as 29 mph.
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Daniel Heatherington forced the terrified woman to flee her house after he let himself in, made threats then prevented the police from gaining access Daniel Heatherington had forced the terrified woman to flee her Killingworth house after he let himself in late one evening and began making threats to "smash her face in". The 31-year-old then placed numerous items behind the front door to prevent the police gaining access while he went on to damage a table and shoe rack, a court heard.
Friday's weather will also be a mixed bag, with heavy rain in the morning giving way to some sunshine and showers in the afternoon, with highs of 14°C and wind gusts reaching 29mph.
Speaking in the Met Office 10 Day Trend, Alex Deakin said: “The pressure pattern for the next few days will be dominated by low pressure to the north and high pressure to the south. Plenty of isobars are on the charts, meaning it’s going to stay pretty blustery.
"At times we’ll see these weather fronts drifting through, bringing bands of showery rain across the country. Up until Saturday, we’re going to see a mixture of sunshine and showers with strong, blustery westerly winds.
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Here’s the full Met Office hour-by-hour forecast for Newcastle on Thursday:
6am: Cloud and a temperature of 11°C.
7am: Cloud and a temperature of 12°C.
8am: Sun and cloud and a temperature of 12°C.
9am: Sund and cloud and a temperature of 13°C.
Gateshead thug threatened to murder ex before sending video of him walking to her home
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10am: Sun and cloud and a temperature of 14°C.
11am: Cloud and a temperature of 15°C.
12pm: Cloud and a temperature of 15°C.
1pm: Sun and cloud and a temperature of 16°C.
2pm: Cloud with a temperature of 16°C.
3pm: Cloud and a temperature of 16°C.
4pm: Cloud and a temperature of 16°C.
5pm: Overcast and a temperature of 15°C.
6pm: Cloud and a temperature of 15°C.
7pm: Cloud and a temperature of 15°C.
8pm: Light rain and a temperature of 15°C.
9pm: Cloud and a temperature of 15°C.
10pm: Light rain and a temperature of 14°C.
11pm: Light rain and a temperature of 14°C.
Three-hour forecast for Newcastle on Friday:
7am: Cloud and a temperature of 14°C.
10am: Heavy rain and a temperature of 13°C.
Met office issues wind warning for North East on Wednesday with gusts of 50mph likely
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1pm: Sun and showers and a temperature of 14°C.
4pm: Sun and clouds and a temperature of 14°C.
7pm: Cloud and a temperature of 154°C.
10pm: Clear night and a temperature of 11°C.
Coastguard in overnight Holy Island callout to rescue 30ft yacht .
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