We're in for a taste of summer in Huddersfield.
Ice creams were the order of the day on Sunday as temperatures topped the magical 70 deg F mark.
And weatherman Paul Stevens has predicted more of the same for the next couple of days.
He said a plume of warm air will move north through the first half of the week but there will be humidity and that can mean cloud and thunderstorms for some.
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“I think if its warmth and humidity you like enjoy the next few days because this isn’t looking like prolonged heat.
“The summer will be typified by unsettled westerly type at times with three to five warm plumes, these perhaps more likely July and August.”
Sunday was grey and misty for many but by mid-morning the sun had broken through and it was an afternoon which saw temperatures hit 22°C or 71°F.
Mr Stevens said: “Monday will be sunny again after early cloud once again quickly burns away and temperatures will respond quickly especially as the night preceding will not be as cool with lows around 11c. By 9am we should see 15°c with a high 24°c in town but generally 23°c 73°f.
“Tuesday will be another very warm, perhaps feeling hot with more humidity and reasonable amounts of sunshine. Temperatures will peak at 24°c possibly 25°c if we get plenty of sunshine, but an evening shower may be triggered.”