Scarborough set for an unsettled week as thunderstorms and hot weather hits the coast

A yellow weather warning has been forecast by the Met Office for Scarborough this afternoon.

By Louise Hollingsworth
Monday, 16th May 2022, 10:59 am
Updated Monday, 16th May 2022, 11:02 am

The yellow weather warning is in place today, Monday May 16 from 1pm until 10pm.

Scattered thunderstorms will develop Monday afternoon bringing some disruption to travel in places.

There is a good chance driving conditions will be affected by spray, standing water and/or hail, leading to longer journey times by car and bus.

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Scarborough is set for an unsettled week, starting with thunderstorms and turning into hot weather.

Here’s what’s in store for Scarborough this week:

Today: Some warm sunny spells could develop by the afternoon, but with scattered and locally thundery showers in places. Light winds.

Maximum temperature 22 °C.

Winds could reach up to 12mph, making it feel like 12

Tonight: Some warm sunshine through the evening as showers ease, then dry and mostly clear overnight. A cooler night to come than the last. Some mist or fog patches by morning.

Minimum temperature: 7 °C.

Winds may reach 14mph, making it feel like 12°C.

Tuesday: Dry with lengthy sunny spells and light winds. Very warm, especially inland. Feeling fresher along eastern coasts though with a gentle onshore breeze. Cloudier in the far west by evening.

Maximum temperature: 24 °C.

Winds are likely to reach up to 24mph, making it feel like 12°C.

Wednesday: Fine, bright and warm on Wednesday. Heavy, perhaps thundery showers overnight.

Maximum temperature: 18°C.

Winds could reach up to 15mph, making it feel like 11°C.

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