Voters can expect a mix of sunshine and showers on Referendum Day.

Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens said the predicted thunderstorms are likely to bypass the town on Wednesday leaving Thursday as a typical early summer’s day.

It will mean a mix of sunny spells and warm temperatures, perhaps up to 20°C, with the chance of a shower or two.

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Mr Stevens said: “There was talk of storms from the Atlantic but those look to pass further away and we are likely to see warm air from the Continent heading our way on Wednesday and Thursday.

“It will mean bright spells for much of the day with showers and certainly feeling warm in the sun.

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“By Friday when we have the postmortem into the results we will be seeing another mix of sunny spells and heavy showers but still feeling warm.

“The weekend is much the same, with sunshine and showers, and with temperatures about average at 18° or 19°C.”