Weekend weather forecast for South Tyneside as Met Office predicts highs of 21°C
If you’re planning on heading out and about this weekend, it's set to be a warm one!
The North East region is set to see some warm temperatures over the coming days – but as well as needing your suncream and sunglasses, you might have to pack your rain coat as there could be showers in store!
Here we take a closer look at the weather service’s predictions to help you plan your weekend:
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Saturday, June 25
Forecasters say we can expect to see sunshine for most of Saturday with temperatures between 13°C and 21°C.
The warm weather will hit a peak at around 1pm, with the highest temperatures continuing through until 4pm.
Have that suncream ready between 11am and 2pm, as UV levels will be most high then too.
If you’re going out in the early evening, there’s a 50% chance of showers between 6pm and 7pm.
Best to pack an umbrella!
Sunday, June 26
It’s another mild one forecast for Sunday, with temperatures between 13°C and 18°C.
If you’re hoping to make the most of the sunshine, you’re better being up early with cloudy conditions creeping in by lunchtime.
At time of writing, there’s a less than 20% chance of rain throughout the day – so it’s the perfect time for a day out.
Met Office forecasters predict the UV levels to remain high on Sunday and it’s bad news for hayfever suffers with a high pollen count too.