Yorkshire weekend weather forecast: Weather warning in place with thunderstorms set to strike as football fans flock to watch Euros

If you were planning on heading to an outdoor venue to watch the Euros tomorrow (July 3), make sure there's somewhere you can shelter from the storms that are forecast to hit Yorkshire.

Yellow weather warnings have been put in place for Saturday

It appears that the region is in for a wet weekend, with showers, cloud and thunder forecast by the Met Office - and a yellow weather warning in place across Yorkshire for Saturday.

The Met Office has warned there is a small chance of flooding and delays both on the roads and on public transport.

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It's not all bad news, however - warmer temperatures are also expected on both Saturday and Sunday.

Saturday is predicted to be dry earlier on, but the Met Office predicts this won’t last long and parts of Yorkshire will experience showers and thunder.

Despite the thundery forecast, the temperature is reported to be as high as 22 C on Saturday and feel warm and humid.

Sunday is predicted to be warm, although it's still not safe to leave your brolly at home - the Met Office forecasts yet more thundery showers across Yorkshire.

Monday is anticipated to be bright with less wet weather, although the rain is forecast to make a return on Tuesday.