HUDDERSFIELD said goodbye to the heatwave today.
After sweltering in high temperatures for a week - reaching 90.2ºF at the weekend - the town will be cooler with today's high likely to reach just 79ºC in Huddersfield.
Yesterday saw Britain baking in record temperatures which soared to nearly 101ºF in Gravesend, Kent, but in Huddersfield the weather was already turning.
Cafe culture is still coming to Huddersfield, however.
Ironically, the decision by Kirklees Licensing Committee to give four Mediterranean-style street cafes the go-ahead came during a torrential thunderstorm this morning.
Three were for Huddersfield town centre while a fourth will appear in Marsden.
Elements Bar in New Street won approval to put out four tables. The outside seating area will close at 7pm every night.
Media Centre bosses were permitted to set up a cordoned-off area in Northumberland Street. The area, containing four tables, would shut at 9pm.
The third - with eight tables and 32 chairs - will be set up outside the Coffee Shop in Princess Alexandra Walk off Princess Street. It would stay open until 4.30pm.
Finally, the Riverhead Brewery in Marsden asked permission for six tables on a flagged area in Argyle Street seven days a week.
The area would shut at 10pm on weekdays and at midnight on weekends.