Hartlepool weekend weather forecast as beer gardens prepare for first weekend since reopening

According Met Office forecasters, Hartlepool looks set for a bright and sunny but chilly weekend.

Thursday, 15th April 2021, 4:42 pm

On the first weekend of non-essential retail and beer gardens being open, the town looks set to experience some bright and sunny but chilly weather.

Met Office forecasters are predicting that Hartlepool will experience sunny spells for the majority of the weekend however temperatures will barely creep out of single figures.

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

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Friday, April 16

A bright but cold start is expected for Friday, with temperatures set to be around the 4°C however forecasters are saying that it will feel closer to 0°C.

The sunny weather looks set to continue heading into the afternoon with the odd patch of clouds, with temperatures reaching a daily high of 8°C.

Heading into the evening, it will start to get colder with some further cloudy spells.

Saturday, April 17

Met Office forecasters are predicting an overcast start to Saturday with some sunny spells throughout the morning.

Winds from the South-East will make it feel colder, especially if you’re by the coast or on higher ground.

Sunday, April 18

Forecasters expect another overcast start on Sunday morning with some sunny spells however it looks set to remain overcast throughout the day.

Despite the lack of sunny weather, Sunday looks set to be the warmest day of the weekend, with highs of 11°C.

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