Will it rain on Bonfire Night? Here is your weather report for Scarborough, Whitby and Bridlington
Bonfire Night is set to take place on Sunday, November 5 and with a number of firework displays and bonfires planned, many hope the night will stay clear and mild.
The weekend is set to get a bit colder, with Saturday expected to have a maximum temperature of 9 °C.
Bonfire night is set to be relatively blustery, but rain is expected to clear by the evening.
Here’s the weather forecast for the Yorkshire coast this weekend, according to the Met Office:
A cloudy start, with some outbreaks of showery rain, especially towards coastal areas. Becoming largely dry with bright or sunny spells during the afternoon. A windy day, easing later. Temperatures near average.
Maximum temperature 12 °C.
Winds may be around 15mph, making it feel like 9 °C.
High tide in Scarborough is expected around 07:26am and low tide is expected at 13:28pm
Largely dry with clear spells overnight. Winds easing and turning locally chilly, especially in rural areas, with some mist and fog patches forming by dawn. Chance of an isolated shower.
Minimum temperature 3 °C.
Early mist and fog patches clearing to give a dry and bright start. Heavy rain will spread northeastwards across all parts during the afternoon. Breezy and cooler. Maximum temperature 9 °C.
Winds may be around 20mph, making it feel like 6 °C.
High tide in Scarborough is expected around 08:21am and low tide is expected at 14:15pm
Staying unsettled, with scattered showers Sunday morning but clearing as the day progresses. Some strong winds are expected, however these will start to lessen around mid afternoon.
Maximum temperature 11 °C.
Winds may be around 22mph, making it feel like 9 °C.
High tide in Scarborough is expected around 09:33am and low tide is expected at 15:23pm