It's being said here at Headingley.
No play before first interval.
Cricinfo is saying "no play before tea": does that mean the second, shorter interval which takes place around 6.40 PM, or does it mean normal tea interval time of around 3.40 PM (or 32 overs to go)?
I assume it to mean 4pm, the time of the first scheduled break.
Big tarpaulin covers coming off the square.
The intervals were called "lunch" and "tea" (in that order) yesterday, as far as I recall. I've heard it said that they would be better called "tea" and "dinner", respectively, and have their durations reversed. The latter suggestion came from Australia, so perhaps the terminology wouldn't work over here, particularly in Yorkshire and the North generally.