The Met Office has issued a yellow weather warning for Doncaster this weekend due to expected gales and rain.
The forecast for the next few days is windy with sunny intervals and blustery showers. Feeling colder.
A windy day with sunny intervals but also a risk of blustery showers throughout. Some of these will be heavy with a risk of thunder, merging to longer spells of rain, especially late morning. Feeling markedly colder than of late. Maximum temperature 8°C.
Both the wind and the showers will very gradually ease overnight, although it should remain breezy enough to limit frost to hills. Becoming largely dry by dawn. Minimum temperature 2°C.
Starting dry but cloudy, however rain will arrive from the west towards lunchtime to leave a rather wet afternoon with strong winds most consistently in the south, with gales here. Maximum temperature 13°C.
Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday:
Changeable and often windy. Wet and windy on Sunday with gales. Winds easing slightly Monday, in a brighter but colder day with showers. Further wet and windy weather expected Tuesday.