Freezing forecast for South Tyneside as Met Office warnings run until Monday

Promoted by Ice Flurries of sleet and wild winds have hit South Tyneside - and the cold weather is set to continue in the borough for a little while longer.

Met Office forecasters are predicting overnight temperatures to get below freezing heading into tomorrow, with 2°C being the maximum we'll see on Sunday.

A Yellow alert is in place for the whole North East region, warning people of snow and ice.

A further warning has been set for Monday morning for ice only.

Temperatures are expected to feel colder than the forecast 3°C and 4°C - so make sure you wrap up warm when you're out and about.

It's due to get slightly milder at the start of this coming week, with highs of 7°C and 8°C forecast for Tuesday and Wednesday.

Picture: Stephen Moran.

Picture: Stephen Moran.

Walking on the beach at South Shields today.

Walking on the beach at South Shields today.

Feeling the chill on South Tyneside.

Feeling the chill on South Tyneside.

Have you been out and about today?

Have you been out and about today?