"Sittin' on the dock of the bay"

Bridlington - North Beach Weather and Tides

Bridlington North Beach is a large resort beach situated on the Yorkshire coast. The sandy beach is two kilometres in length with a gentle slope. At low tide a large area of the beach is exposed and the water’s edge can be some distance away. The Gypsey Race, the main river running through Bridlington, feeds into the harbour before entering the sea to the north of the bathing beach (see blue dot on the bathing water map). The beach is backed by tourist establishments on the seafront and the town of Bridlington.

Nearest town: Bridlington

Local authority: East Riding of Yorkshire Council

OS Grid Reference: TA191671

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Weather and Tides

Forecast for the next five days

Saturday
24 February


Chance of rain 0%
Max temp. 5°C
(feels like -1°C)
Wind 5mph, gusting to 8mph.
ESE
Pressure 1028
Humidity 64%
UV Index
Air Quality

Low Tide 04:21 GMT

High Tide 10:50 GMT

Low Tide 16:56 GMT

High Tide 23:17 GMT

Sunday
25 February


Chance of rain 9%
Max temp. 4°C
(feels like -3°C)
Wind 4mph, gusting to 7mph.
ESE
Pressure 1033
Humidity 59%
UV Index
Air Quality

Low Tide 05:41 GMT

High Tide 12:06 GMT

Low Tide 18:23 GMT

Monday
26 February


Chance of rain 14%
Max temp. 4°C
(feels like -3°C)
Wind 5mph, gusting to 8mph.
ENE
Pressure 1035
Humidity 62%
UV Index
Air Quality

High Tide 00:40 GMT

Low Tide 07:07 GMT

High Tide 13:23 GMT

Low Tide 19:45 GMT

Tuesday
27 February


Chance of rain 55%
Max temp. 3°C
(feels like -4°C)
Wind 5mph, gusting to 8mph.
ENE
Pressure 1030
Humidity 65%
UV Index
Air Quality

High Tide 01:56 GMT

Low Tide 08:23 GMT

High Tide 14:28 GMT

Low Tide 20:55 GMT

Important! Tide times are for the nearest measurement point and may not be accurate for this location. You should not rely on these times for anything other than a broad indication of when the tide will be at its highest or lowest.

In particular, these tide times are not suitable for navigational use. Accurate tide forecasts require complex calculations and detailed local information. If you intend to engage in any activity for which tidal information is important for safety reasons (including sailing, powerboating, diving, and surfing) then you should obtain professional data.

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