Weather alerts and hail for Hartlepool but temperatures look set to rise

Snow fell across many parts of the region on Wednesday evening with parts of East Durham and inland areas of Hartlepool seeing a few centimetres accumulating. Steven and Michelle Turner, from Bishop Cuthbert, decided to take thier two-year-old children, twins Freya and Violet to Ward Jackson Park for some sledging.

Snow fell across many parts of the region on Wednesday evening with parts of East Durham and inland areas of Hartlepool seeing a few centimetres accumulating. Steven and Michelle Turner, from Bishop Cuthbert, decided to take thier two-year-old children, twins Freya and Violet to Ward Jackson Park for some sledging.

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HARTLEPOOL has been issued weather warnings as wintry temperatures continue to bite.

But Met office experts says thermometers look set to rise a few degrees higher than the past few days.

Temperatures are expected to reach highs of 5C, with lows of 1C, tomorrow, compared to highs of 2C and lows of -1 today.

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Met Office experts had issued a cold weather alert for the and that remains in place for most of tomorrow.

Despite the temperatures slightly rising, the forecasters said temperatures tomorrow would feel colder, at around -3C.

The weather warning has been lifted for Saturday, January 29, with dark clouds, rain and hailstones, predicted throughout the day.

It is still expected to be a bone-chilling day though with a “feels-like” temperature of -1C, despite thermometers reaching a marginally higher climb of 1C.

Moderately strong northerly winds of 21mph, and gusts of 34mph, will add to the chill.

“The weather alert returns for Sunday”, say forceasters, as temperatures drop to 0C, feeling more like -3C, as winds reach 45mph. The day should be bright though, with light cloud and some sunshine.