Whitby Weather - North Yorkshire

Weather forecast - Thursday 19 January 2017

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Morning
Partly cloudy

5°C
Feels Like: 4°C

Afternoon
Partly cloudy

5°C
Feels Like: 4°C

Evening
Partly cloudy

4°C
Feels Like: 4°C

Night
Very cloudy

4°C
Feels Like: 4°C

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Weather forecast Whitby - Thursday 19 January 2017

Light Breeze
4.2 mph

South West
wind gusts 13.2 mph

The odd rare cloud will cover the sun periodically all day.

Read the national weather bulletin

  • Relative humidity: 94%
  • Maximum humidity: 97%
  • Chance of precipitation: 0%
  • Precipitation: 0.0mm
  • Hours of sunshine: 4h
  • Minimum temperature: 3°C
  • Maximum temperature: 6°C
  • Sunrise: 08h10
  • Sunset: 16h16
  • Reliability: 4/5
Data updated at 14:00

Weather forecast for the following days and for the weekend

Friday 20

3°C / 5°C

Saturday 21

2°C / 4°C

Sunday 22

2°C / 4°C

Monday 23

-1°C / 3°C

Tuesday 24

-1°C / 4°C

Wed. 25

0°C / 3°C

Thursday 26

0°C / 4°C

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The climate in Whitby

Home to the Whitby Abbey, Whitby is situated on the east coast of Yorkshire. It is a seaside town and port with 13,200 inhabitants. With the arrival of the railway in the 19th century, tourists developed an interest towards the city and its heritage coastline. On the East cliff, the ruins of the Whitby Abbey, founded in AD 657, are the city’s oldest landmark. The maritime heritage is pointed out by the statues of James Cook and William Scoresby located in the city centre. The city is also famous for being featured in Bram Stocker’s novel, Dracula. The area experiences cool springs, warm summers and mild winters. It is influenced by westerly winds. The average temperature in summer is 18°C and 6°C in wintertime.