It is set to be a rather overcast day in Darlington as the Met Office predicts occasional showers and highs of 14C.

The sunshine remains at bay once again this Wednesday (June 5) as it's set to stay cool with temperatures falling to a low of 9C this evening.

Today, temperatures will reach a high of 7C from 12pm, but is then set to drop to a low of 2C by 11pm this evening.

Wind gusts are expected to reach highs of 18mph and the sun due to set at 9:36pm.

Following a dry start to the week, the forecaster has also stated that “sunny spells and blustery showers” are set to begin from Friday to Sunday.

Here’s a full hour-by-hour forecast for Darlington and County Durham today.

9am: 9C with 40% chance of rain

10am: 10C with 10% chance of rain

11am: 12C with 10% chance of rain

12pm: 13C with <5% chance of rain

1pm: 13C with 30% chance of rain

2pm: 13C with <5% chance of rain

3pm: 13C with 10% chance of rain

4pm: 13C with 10% chance of rain

5pm: 13C with 10% chance of rain

6pm: 13C with 10% chance of rain

7pm: 12C with 10% chance of rain

8pm: 11C with 20% chance of rain

9pm: 10C with 10% chance of rain

10pm: 9C with 10% chance of rain

11pm: 9C with <5% chance of rain


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The forecaster predicts: “A cool and breezy day with sunny spells and occasional showers, heavier and more frequent over the western hills.

“Feeling much cooler than of late. Maximum temperature 14 °C.”