Wrap up! Colder weather coming Yorkshire's way

The Met Office has warned temperatures will cool across the county on Friday.
The Met Office has warned temperatures will cool across the county on Friday.
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Don't put that winter coat away just yet. Temperatures across Yorkshire are set to cool on Friday.

The Met Office has warned Friday will bring lower temperatures and cloud.

After highs of 20C in parts of Yorkshire on Thursday, forecasters have said the mercury could dip below 10C in our county on Friday.

Expect 11C in Harrogate and Driffield and 10C in Whitby and Scarborough.

It's not all bad news, though. Sunseekers could head to Pontefract for a balmy 12C.

A Met Office spokesperson said: "It will be a cloudy start to Friday, with hill fog. Brighter intervals will be fewer than Thursday.

"It will be much cooler than of late."

Outlook

This Evening and Tonight:

Some sunny spells at first this evening, but cloud, hill fog and coastal mist returning from the North Sea overnight. Breezy near the coast but lighter winds inland. Most parts dry, apart from some coastal drizzle. Minimum Temperature 6 °C.

Friday:

A cloudy start to the day with hill fog. Slowly improving but brighter intervals will be fewer than Thursday. Breezy near the coast. Much cooler than of late. Maximum Temperature13 °C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

Bright spells Saturday and Sunday with most parts dry, just the odd isolated shower. Feeling cool. Local night frost possible. Monday mainly dry with some brighter spells. Temperatures recovering slowly.

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