Day-by-day bank holiday weekend weather forecast for South Tyneside as temperatures are set to reach 17C

According to the Met Office, South Tyneside is set to experience a sunny and warm bank holiday weekend as temperatures rise.

After one of the wettest May’s on record, South Tyneside finally looks set for some warmer weather as we head into the bank holiday weekend (Saturday, May 29 to Monday, May 31).

According to Met Office forecasters, the borough is looking for a dry and sunny long weekend, with temperatures averaging at around 17°C.

Here is your day-by-day South Tyneside weather forecast for the bank holiday weekend.

Temperatures are set to rise this bank holiday weekend.

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Saturday, May 29

Saturday looks set to be the mildest day of the weekend, with temperatures set to average around 15°C.

According to Met Office forecasters, the day will start off cloudy before seeing some sunny spells just before lunchtime.

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Cloud patches are expected to disappear as we head throughout the afternoon, with bright skies prominent into the evening.

Sunday, May 30

Temperatures are expected to rise even further on Sunday, with highs of 17°C expected by forecasters.

Bright sunny weather is predicted to last all day however the Met Office is saying that it could feel slightly cooler along the coast.

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The weather is expected to remain dry however the borough could see some low cloud and fog overnight.

Monday, May 31

More of the same for bank holiday Monday, with temperatures once again settling at around 17°C.

Much like the previous day, the Met Office is expecting sunny spells right throughout Monday however there could be some cloud covering as we head into the evening.

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It looks set to be a warm night on Monday, with temperatures not expected to drop below 13°C.

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