A STUNNING sunrise rolled back the night and painted clouds red over the River Tyne yesterday.
But it was not long until the looming sky above South Shields turned to rain.
⚠️ Read our weather live blog for the latest news & updatesAn impressive sunrise turned the clouds red over the River TyneCredit: North News and Pictures One man made the most of the beautiful view, creating a perfect silhouetteCredit: North News and Pictures
In St Ives, surfers rode gnarly waves whipped by strong winds as tourists still flock to the Cornish resort despite cooler temperatures.
The coming weeks will see frost and possibly snow.
But the next few days remain wet and windy in the aftermath of Hurricane Epsilon.
Britain is set to be battered by torrential rain this week, leaving homes at risk of flooding.
The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning as heavy downpours are expected across parts of central Wales and north-western England.
Forecasters expect 30-40mm of rain and strong winds to hit the country on Thursday and Friday.The sky appeared orange thanks to the dramatic sunsetCredit: North News and Pictures
Some mountain areas in Wales could also witness 130mm of rainfall, the Met Office said.
Heavy downpours could bring a risk of flooding in homes, forecasters said.
The Met Office said: "There is a small chance of fast flowing or deep floodwater causing danger to life."Early-risers were able to see the stunning skylineCredit: North News and Pictures The picturesque sky above South Shields soon turned to rainCredit: North News and Pictures In St Ives, surfers enjoyed the gnarly waves whipped by strong winds despite cooler temperaturesCredit: Apex News
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