We report thermal control of mode hybridization between the ferromagnetic resonance and a planar resonator (notch filter) working at 4.74 GHz. The chosen magnetic material is a ferrimagnetic insulator (yttrium iron garnet: YIG) covered by 6 nm of platinum (Pt). A current-induced heating method has been used in order to enhance the temperature of the YIG/Pt system. The device permits us to control the transmission spectra and the magnon-photon coupling strength at room temperature. These experimental findings reveal a potentially applicable tunable microwave filtering function.