You can enjoy casting your vote on a bright, sunny day in Huddersfield.
But make the most of it: it seems likely it will be one of the few dry days in what promises to be a soggy month.
Huddersfield weather expert Paul Stevens has logged 48mm of rain in just five days so far this month and that’s very close to the average for the whole month of about 60mm.
He said there may be one or two bright days early next week but the long-range forecast is for more wet and windy weather.
Mr Stevens, of Salendine Nook, said: “Voting day is likely to stay dry and bright although it may be a little chilly for those who get t the polling stations very early.
“By mid morning the sun should be out and it will be a very pleasant day, with a light wind.
“It may turn a little chilly again towards the evening when most people tend to go out and vote.
“Friday is likely to start bright but there will be showers and Saturday could be wet.
“We may see a little bust of summer in the early part of next week with temperatures perhaps up as high as 17°C, but then things go downhill and we get more wet and windy weather.
“It has been a very wet start to May, after an exceptionally dry April, and it seems set to balance things out”.