Hour-by-hour weather forecast as South Tyneside temperatures set to reach 25°C on Sunday
Temperatures are predicted to hit 25°C across South Tyneside as warm conditions continue on the hottest weekend of the year so far.
Met Office forecasters are predicting that temperatures will soar to 25°C on Sunday, June 13 making it the hottest day of the year.
South Tyneside looks set for bright sunny spells with some cloud into the afternoon and plenty of sun during early evening. Be sure to pack your sunglasses!
Forecasters expect temperatures to average at 23°C with a daily high of 25°C. Everywhere will feel warmer than Saturday, according to the Met Office.
The regional weather report for the North East said: “Although there will be some cloud at times there will also be long bright or sunny spells.
"Everywhere will feel warmer than Saturday, with many places becoming very warm. Maximum temperature 26°C.”
Experts at the Met Office said that during the next month ‘temperatures are likely to remain average to warmer than average with an increased risk of hot conditions’.
Fingers crossed for a sunshine summer!
This is your hour-by-hour South Tyneside weather forecast for Sunday, June 13:
6am: Sunny, 15°C
7am: Sunny, 16°C
8am: Sunny, 17°C
9am: Sunny, 19°C
10am: Sunny, 21°C
11am: Cloudy with sunny intervals, 22°C
12pm: Cloudy with sunny intervals, 23°C
1pm: Cloudy with sunny intervals, 24°C
2pm: Cloudy with sunny intervals, 24°C
3pm: Cloudy, 25°C
4pm: Cloudy, 24°C
5pm: Cloudy with sunny intervals, 24°C
6pm: Sunny, 24°C
7pm: Sunny, 23°C
8pm: Sunny, 22°C
9pm: Sunny, 21°C
10pm: Cloudy, 20°C
11pm: Mostly cloudy 19°C