Newcastle weather: Met Office forecast predicts when North East will see warm, sunny conditions again

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The conditions to start June haven’t been what you’d hope for the summer months.

We are yet to truly see anything we would consider to be weather fitting for the summer months in 2024, but how long may we have to wait for temperatures over 20°C?

The North East has experienced the occasional warm afternoon here and there and the Met Office may claim we have seen the warmest May on record, but the days of full beer gardens still feel like a while away.

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The Met Office forecast agrees, with conditions and temperatures not set to drastically improve for a while yet.

For the upcoming week the weather service’s forecast is expecting further damp conditions with highs of 16°C coming on Friday, June 14 and the weekend following it, although these will be combined with showers and slightly overcast skies.

The medium to long range forecast from the Met Office says: “Next week, confidence for any dominant weather regimes is considered very low.

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“There are tentative signs of building high pressure from the west at times, but showers or longer spells of rain are also likely to affect the country, with the eastern half of England and Scotland on balance most likely to experience wetter, or at last more showery weather.” Heading into July the conditions are not set to improve to the levels we saw last summer.

The long range forecast from Monday, June 24 until Monday, July 8 says: “The outlook remains uncertain for any particular weather patterns to dominate during this period.

As such, typical conditions for the UK are most probable, with a mixture of weather types. All areas can expected to see some spells of drier, sunnier weather, but there will also be showers or longer spells of rain at times.

“Temperatures are most likely to be close to, or above, climatological average.”

The average daily high temperatures in Newcastle are marked at 17.6°C in June and 20.1°C in July with an average of 9.7 and nine rainy days in the respective months.

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