The thermometer peaked at 22°C in Suffolk today making it the warmest day since September, but the weather will be changeable going forward.
Baroness Thatcher was a prime minister who made Britain great again, David Cameron told MPs today.
The world's first "test tube baby" has paid tribute to IVF pioneer Professor Sir Robert Edwards after he died today aged 87.
A road which collapsed under flood water reopened within the last hour.
The A1077 near Winteringham gave way after the River Humber burst its banks on Thursday evening.
North Lincolnshire Council reopened the road at 6am.
Part of the A1077 will be down to one lane and controlled by temporary traffic lights.
Council officials said the 350 Humber FastCat bus will be running as usual, but there may be a slight delay.
Train passengers are already facing delays due to tomorrow's forecasted high winds.
The Met Office has issued an amber warning for the region, with gusts of up to 75mph expected.
FirstTranspennine Express have cancelled trains between Newcastle and York, while East Coast passengers face delays between York and Edinburgh.
Many Northern Rail trains are delayed - the advice is to call National Rail.
Drivers are being advised to avoid the M62 near Rishworth Moor if possible due to an ongoing police incident.
The M62 is closed between junctions 22 and 24.
Council bosses in Hull are urging people living and working around the Analby Park Road North in the city to find alternative routes from next Monday (28th October.) They are spending money resurfacing the road.
Diversions in place:
- Boothferry Road - Pickering Road - Anlaby Road (and vice-versa)
- Boothferry Road - First Lane - Anlaby Road (vice versa)
There are delays on the B1190 Washingborough Road in Lincolnshire as emergency services deal with an accident.
The accident happened near the sewage works and the road is blocked.
There are long tailbacks on Stanningley bypass in Leeds due to roadworks.
Drivers should allow at least another 40 minutes for their journey. Callers to the Highways Agency report there are roadworks taking place between Mike's Carpets and Armley Gyratory.
The roads and junctions that are likely to be much busier than normal as a result of Leeds Festival traffic from today until Friday are:
- A1(M) northbound and southbound at Junction 45 (Boston Spa)
- Grange Moor roundabout
- Wattle Syke roundabout
- West Woods Road
- Tenter Hill
- Paradise Way
Although the Bramham Park event does not start until Friday, "early entry" pass holders will be making their way there today.
Heavy traffic is expected in Leeds later as people travelling to Leeds Festival take to the roads.
The event's not due to start until Friday, but holders of "early entry" passes will be arriving at the Bramham Park site today.
Drivers can get regular updates from West Yorkshire Police, which is stepping up their use of social media.
– Chief Insp Matt Davison, North East Leeds Division’s neighbourhood policing team
"The teams already make very good use of social media to keep communities informed about the work they are doing to address local issues but they will be stepping this up today and over the bank holiday weekend to bring people live updates on their work around these events.
“We hope it will give people attending these events a useful additional source of information that will help them to make the most of the weekend, whether they are residents or visitors from further afield.”
Holders of "early entry" passes to Leeds Festival will make their way to Bramham Park today.
This year all traffic will be directed from the A1(M), to exit at Junction 45 (Boston Spa) and use the local access roads West Woods Road and Paradise Way, to travel to the festival site.
Through traffic travelling from York to Leeds on the A64 will continue as normal but queues are possible between the A1(M) J44 (Bramham Interchange) and the Fox and Grapes. Non-festival traffic may wish to consider alternative routes.
Two lanes of the M62 east bound after junction 33 (Knottingley) have now reopened after a serious crash earlier today.
It is hoped the third lane will open shortly.The incident happened at 5.50am and involved two vehicles.
It is thought one of the vehicles was an Astra van.
One person - a man - suffered serious injuries and was taken to Leeds General Infirmary.