The North East should expect more wet weather in the region with heavy thundery showers predicted.
On Sunday, forecasters predict that there could be heavy showers come the afternoon and a chance of thunder.
There may be some brightness developing in the west of the region come the afternoon but it'll be mainly wet weather throughout the day.
The dull weather continues ahead of the easing of lockdown restrictions on Monday.
People who are hoping to enjoy a night out will have to wrap up warm and bring their umbrella as Met Office predicts "occasional heavy showers."
For Monday, some bright spells could develop in the morning but come the afternoon the region should expect heavy and sometimes thundery showers.
The heavy showers are expected to "lighten up" by Wednesday.
A forecaster from the Met Office said: "There are showers from the word go on Sunday particularly across South West England.
"Some heavy thundery downpours quite likely by the afternoon, particularly across part of England and Wales.
"We will continue to see some showers throughout the evening on Sunday but some showers will tend to fade away."
North East five day weather forecast
Generally cloudy with some showery rain through the morning. Some brightness developing in the west by afternoon but also showers, these occasionally heavy, especially across the Pennines, and with a chance of thunder here. Showers become isolated through this evening. Maximum temperature 14 °C.
Cloud in the east spreads west with some fog developing across the hill tops. Isolated showers will persist through the night, with winds remaining light. Minimum temperature 5 °C.
Cloudy gradually thinning and breaking through the morning to allow some bright spells to develop, but also occasional heavy afternoon showers, these perhaps thundery. Showers slowly decay into the evening. Maximum temperature 14 °C.
Outlook for Tuesday to Thursday:
Tuesday and Wednesday, sunny spells and further showers, still heavy at first but probably lighter by Wednesday. Still rather cool. Thursday, bright start but cloud, rain, freshening winds likely later.