Hartlepool weekend weather forecast ahead as 'arctic trough' set to remain

The recent cold snap looks set to continue over the weekend in Hartlepool ahead of lockdown restrictions easing next week.

Thursday, 8th April 2021, 4:51 pm

Hartlepool looks set for a cold but mostly dry weekend as the “arctic trough” that is currently hitting the North East looks set to continue.

Met Office forecasters say that temperatures are expected to climb no higher than 6°C however the town will see some sunny spells.

This is you can expect from the weather in Hartlepool this weekend, according to the Met Office.

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The cold weather looks set to continue this weekend in Hartlepool.
The cold weather looks set to continue this weekend in Hartlepool.

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Friday, April 9

Forecasters are predicting a wet start to the weekend with showers on Friday morning and temperatures are set to be around the 4°C mark.

The weather is expected to turn dry with some sunny spells as we head into the afternoon with daily highs of 6°C.

As we head into the evening, forecasters are predicting the weather to turn overcast however no showers are expected.

Saturday, April 10

A cold start to Saturday with temperatures forecast to be barely above 0°C however it should remain dry.

As we head through mid-morning and into the early afternoon, the town should experience some sunny spells and highs of 5°C.

Sunday, April 11

Met Office forecasters are predicting another dry day for Sunday, with sunny spells expected throughout.

Temperatures are set to be around the 6°C mark however it will feel colder, especially during the early morning and as we head into the evening.

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