Weather forecast: Here's how long the sea fret will stay over Scarborough

The sea fret, which has hovered on the coast periodically over the past few days looks set to clear up as the week progresses.

By Corinne Macdonald
Tuesday, 1st June 2021, 12:55 pm
Updated Wednesday, 2nd June 2021, 10:45 am

A combination of cloud and sunshine is predicted from now - Tuesday June 1 - to at least Sunday June 6.

The consistent sunshine and higher temperatures should burn the fret away so the coast can enjoy some blue skies.

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Sea fret starting to roll in on South Bay on bank holiday Sunday last weekend. Picture: JPI Media/ Richard Ponter

Tomorrow is set to be the coolest day of the week with a maximum temperature of 13°C, but the morning's forecast shows clear skies and bright sunshine.

This will change to cloudy skies from 2pm onwards before the sun returns for the evening from 6pm.

Thursday June 3

Temperatures begin to climb from Thursday with a maximum of 17°C.

Fret on Scarborough's South Bay. Picture: UGC/ Jonathan White

There will be sunny intervals first thing changing to cloudy skies by late morning and into the afternoon.

Friday June 4

A similar picture is forecast for Friday with a maximum temperature expected to be 17°C and sunny intervals changing to cloud by late morning.

The evening from 4pm should be sunny and dry.

Saturday June 5

According to the current forecast Saturday is set to be the best day of the week with a maximum temperature of 18°C and clear skies with bright sunshine all day.

There will be light winds and very little chance of any rain.

Sunday June 6

The week rounds off with another warm one, temperatures are predicted to stay at 18°C.

However conditions will be cloudier with sunny intervals and higher winds.