Warm sunny spells expected this weekend in Worksop - but weather warning is in place
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Today, Friday, June 9, will remain mostly cloudy and cool, with some warm sunny spells developing. Light winds. Maximum temperature 22C.
Cloud will spread back in from the North Sea overnight, with low cloud shrouding the coasts and hills.
Staying dry throughout, with perhaps some clear spells further south and west. Minimum temperature 11C.
Tomorrow, Saturday, June 10, will have a cloudy start for many, although the cloud will burn back towards coastal districts, where it will remain cloudy and cool throughout.
Dry, with sunny spells elsewhere. Very warm. Maximum temperature 28C.
It will turn more unsettled Sunday and Monday, with a mixture of sunshine and showers, locally heavy and thundery at times.
However a yellow weather warning has been issued for thunderstorms by the Met Office, as a plume of warm air will raise temperatures and increase the risk of thundery showers.
The warning highlights potential disruption to travel, the chance of power cuts and the possibility of very localised flooding from the heaviest showers.
Dan Harris, Met Office deputy chief meteorologist, said: “Although a plume of warm air will bring temperatures up to around 30°C in some parts of England, it brings with it the risk of some impactful thunderstorms.
"The general focus area for Saturday has become better defined over the past 24 hours, which has resulted in sufficient confidence to issue a ‘Very Low Likelihood’ Yellow Thunderstorm Warning.”