WEATHER LATEST: Hour-by-hour forecast as Met Office issues Yellow warning for high winds for South Tyneside today

Wind gusts of up to 44 mph are expected to hit the borough today (February 23).

A Yellow warning for wind will be in place across South Tyneside today from 6am until 3pm as Met Office forecasters predict the windy weather will start easing from Friday.

Today is expected to bring strong winds with some rain later in the day.

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The Met Office said: “A bright but very windy start for most, with gales in places. Some patchy light rain at times, mainly over western hills, but brighter spells to the east. Heavier rain and hill snow moving southeast later. Maximum temperature 11 °C.”

A Yellow weather warning for wind has been issued for South Tyneside today.

This is your hour-by-hour South Tyneside weather forecast for today:

10am: Sunny with gusts of up to 36 mph, 9°C

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11am: Sunny with gusts of up to 39 mph, 10°C

12pm: Sunny with gusts of up to 44 mph, 10°C

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1pm: Sunny with gusts of up to 41 mph, 11°C

2pm: Sunny with gusts of up to 43 mph, 11°C

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3pm: Sunny with gusts of up to 43 mph, 11°C

4pm: Sunny with gusts of up to 43 mph, 10°C

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5pm: Showers intervals with gusts of up to 41 mph, 10°C

6pm: Heavy rain with gusts of up to 38 mph, 8°C

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7pm: Heavy rain with gusts of up to 35 mph, 7°C

8pm: Heavy rain with gusts of up to 33 mph, 6°C

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9pm: Rain with gusts of up to 32 mph, 5°C

10pm: Rain with gusts of up to 29 mph, 5°C

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11pm: Rain with gusts of up to 27 mph, 4°C

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