A day of two halves, with light westerly winds and sunny intervals in the morning, followed by strong southerlies and driving rain from mid-afternoon; temperatures reached ten degrees C. Six Shelduck, three Red-throated Divers, six Whimbrel and 30 Sandwich Terns were recorded on the seawatch. A drake Wigeon and a Little Egret frequented North Marsh, a Common Sandpiper graced Thornwick Pools and a Swift overflew the village. A light southerly movement of hirundines took place mid-morning, including four House Martins and 35 Swallows. An increase in territorial Whitethroats was apparent, with 35 located on the outer head. Other notable records included a Redwing, three singing Reed Warblers, three Grasshopper Warblers, a Goldcrest, 11 Wheatears, seven Yellow Wagtails and a Tree Pipit.
A Little Egret, 13 Sand Martins and 22 Swallows flew south-east at RSPB Bempton Cliffs, where ten Yellow Wagtails headed in the opposite direction, whilst two Ring Ouzels remained.