A FRESH weather warning has been issued for the North-East and North Yorkshire - and is expected to remain in place all day.

The Met Office has warned of heavy rain in parts of County Durham, Darlington, Middlesbrough, Redcar, Stockton and across North Yorkshire.

It has issued the yellow weather warning from 10.15am and has warned against flooding of some roads, homes and businesses.

The Met Office has also warned of potential disruption to the region's roads and rail, with transport likely to be affected. 

Between 15 to 25mm of rain will fall quite widely, with few places seeing 30 to 40mm of rain, especially in the North York Moors. 

The current weather warning is expected to remain in place until 8pm today.

The weather forecast for the North-East 


Periods of heavy rain through the morning, gradually becoming confined to southern parts of the region, with sunny spells developing during the afternoon. Feeling cool in brisk northeasterly winds with coastal gales developing later. Maximum temperature 14 °C.


Variable amounts of cloud with further light showers in places. Fresh to strong northerly winds persisting with the strongest winds near the coast. Feeling cold with marked wind-chill. Minimum temperature 3 °C.


After a chilly, bright and breezy start, cloud will slowly thicken with the odd light shower affecting coastal parts. Most places seeing some sunshine. Windy with coastal gales. Maximum temperature 14 °C.