We're in for a spell of unsettled weather.

It’s a mix of sunshine and showers over the next few days.

But Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens has hinted of a warmer spell on the way - perhaps in time for the Spring Bank Holiday.

He said the Atlantic continues to send frontal systems with cloud and rain towards us over the next 5-7 days, with high pressure likely to develop as we head through to the middle of next week.

Met Office forecast for Huddersfield, May 20-26
Met Office forecast for Huddersfield, May 20-26

But he said there is still uncertainty as to the position of the Jetstream which dicttates what our weatherwill be like as we head into June.

He said: “There is still a weak signal for the high towards the end of May perhaps into June soon after the bank holiday to slip into the continent and draw up some very warm and humid air.

“Saturday will be rather cloudy and wet at times in the morning with the odd heavy burst of rain clearing slowly to the south to somewhat brighter weather by evening with just a few showers. It will reach about 14°c.

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“Sunday and Monday will be mostly dry days with a scattering of showers and sunny spells although some of the showers will be heavy with a small chance of thunder. It will be a little warmer at 16°c.”