Hartlepool has fun in the sun – but enjoy it while it lasts

Elizabeth Davey (10) with her ice cream. Picture by FRANK REID

Elizabeth Davey (10) with her ice cream. Picture by FRANK REID

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GLORIOUS sunshine has had the people of Hartlepool flocking to the fantastic parks and beaches across the town.

But the message from weathermen today is enjoy it while it lasts as the warmer spell will pass by the weekend.

Elizabeth Davey (10) with her ice cream. Picture by FRANK REID

Elizabeth Davey (10) with her ice cream. Picture by FRANK REID

Our photographer was out and about to capture these great images from around town.

They show people enjoying themselves in temperatures which topped 16C.

And while tomorrow will continue in the same vein, the clouds will start to move in around teatime and temperatures will gradually drop over the weekend.

By Saturday, Hartlepool will be a much cooler 11C 
at the height of the day and rain will arrive at around 1pm.

Hannah Mai-Kennedy (8) and Zac Green (5) on the Fish Sands. Picture by FRANK REID

Hannah Mai-Kennedy (8) and Zac Green (5) on the Fish Sands. Picture by FRANK REID

The outlook for next week shows the weather will be changeable, probably for the whole week and especially in the north, with cloudier spells and outbreaks of rain interspersed by drier, brighter spells.

And we could return to colder nights with people waking up to layers of frost.

Longer range forecasts are currently predicting more of the cooler temperatures expected this weekend.

l Don’t forget to send us your fun in the sun snaps. Email mail.news@northeast-press.co.uk

Cody Thomas Clark (23 months) feeding the ducks in Ward Jackson Park with his Granddad Kenneth Clark. Picture by FRANK REID

Cody Thomas Clark (23 months) feeding the ducks in Ward Jackson Park with his Granddad Kenneth Clark. Picture by FRANK REID

The Alderwood and Corner families enjoying the warm weather in the Croft Gardens. Picture by FRANK REID

The Alderwood and Corner families enjoying the warm weather in the Croft Gardens. Picture by FRANK REID