What to expect from South Tyneside’s weather forecast in the first week of January 2023
It is going to be a windy start to 2023 in South Tyneside, according to Met Office forecasters.
After a cloudy, but dry New Year’s Day, the weather is set to get more unsettled in the first week of 2023. The Met Office predicts Monday, January 2 will be chilly, followed by a windy Tuesday and Wednesday. A yellow weather warning for ice has also been issued for the start of the week.
Here is what the weather has in store for the borough for each day of the week:
Monday, January 2
If you are planning a walk to start off the Bank Holiday, you should prepare for icy patches on cycle paths, pavements and roads as a yellow warning for ice will be in place from midnight until 11am on Monday. The first day of the year will be sunny, but quite chilly, with highs of 4°C and lows of 0°C.
Tuesday, January 3
Winds will strengthen overnight on Monday, bringing a mild, but windy Tuesday. It will be cloudy, changing to light rain in the late morning with maximum temperatures of 8°C. Wind gusts will reach 28mph in the early evening.
Wednesday, January 4
It will be even milder, with highs of 11°C, changing to sunny by late morning. However, it is set to be very windy, with wind gusts of up to 34mph.
Thursday, January 5
A cloudy start to the day, with light rain in the afternoon and highs of 7°C. Winds will ease.
Friday, January 6
Friday will get off to a clear start, changing to cloudy by early evening. Highs will reach 6°C, with lows of 3°C.