Hour-by-hour forecast for strong winds expected during yellow weather warning issued for North East

Strong winds will develop on Tuesday, January 14 which may bring some disruption, and will be in place for a 12 hour period.

Hour-by-hour forecast for strong winds expected during yellow weather warning issued for North East
Hour-by-hour forecast for strong winds expected during yellow weather warning issued for North East

Southwesterly winds are expected to become stronger as they move across parts of England and Wales during Tuesday afternoon and evening.

The warning issued by the Met Office will begin midday and end at midnight.

Heavy rain may be an additional issue in some areas and there may be some delays to road, rail, air and ferry transport.

5am: Clear morning, 4C, wind speed: 11mph

6am: Clear morning, 4C, wind speed: 12mph

7am: Clear morning, 4C, wind speed: 12mph

8am: Partly cloudy, 4C, wind speed: 14mph

9am: Sunny day, 4C, wind speed: 13mph

10am: Sunny intervals, 5C, wind speed: 14mph

11am: Cloudy, 6C, wind speed: 14mph

12pm: Cloudy, 6C, wind speed: 15mph

1pm: Overcast, 10% chance of rain, 7C, wind speed: 14mph

2pm: Light rain, 40% chance of rain, 7C, wind speed: 14mph

3pm: Heavy rain, 80% chance of rain, 7C, wind speed: 14mph

4pm: Heavy rain, 90% chance of rain, 7C, wind speed: 14mph

5pm: Heavy rain, 90% chance of rain, 7C, wind speed: 14mph

6pm: Heavy rain, 80% chance of rain, 8C, wind speed: 16mph

7pm: Heavy showers, 50% chance of rain, 9C, wind speed: 19mph

8pm: Clear night, 8C, wind speed: 19mph

9pm: Partly cloudy, 6C, wind speed: 16mph

10pm: Clear night, 6C, wind speed: 15mph

11pm: Clear night, 6C, wind speed: 13mph