Yorkshire weather forecast this weekend: Clear bright days but cold nights

Yorkshire looks set for a clear and dry weekend as pubs and restaurants in the county continue to welcome customers in outdoor seating following the lifting of some coronavrius restrictions.

A child plays with a kite at the beach in Scarborough

The Met Office says temperatures are set to be around 12 degrees this weekend, which is near or just above the average for April.

However, the cold and frosty mornings we've had over the last week will continue, with the temperature dropping to as low as -3°C in some parts of Yorkshire overnight.

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Forecasters said it will feel warmer in the sunshine and there will also be light winds, which will be stronger on the coast.

The Met Office forecast for Friday says: "Another cold and sunny start. Some fair weather cloud then likely to develop, however it will likely stay dry, with warm sunny spells. Maximum temperature 12 °C."

It's outlook for the weekend is much the same: "Dry with sunny spells and variable cloud through the weekend and Monday. Remaining cold overnight, with frost and fog patches. Daytime temperatures likely near or just above normal for April."