Make the most of today’s sunshine - it’s going to cool down in Huddersfield.
Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens is predicting another lovely day, with temperatures into the mid 20s, and plenty of sunshine.
But things go downhill after this evening, with showers and cooler winds for much of the rest of the week.
His forecast came after Huddersfield basked in temperatures of 24°C or 75°F on Sunday.
It was the warmest day of the year so far but well below the record for a May day in the town of 28.6°C.
Sunday night was also very warm, with temperatures staying above 8°C.
Mr Stevens said: “Things began to warm up very early this morning and we could well reach the mid-20s by lunchtime. There is a breeze so it will stay cooler than Sunday but temperatures will rise.
“There will be plenty of sunshine but as we head into the evening the clouds will start to thicken and it’s looking like we will get showers overnight.
“Tuesday will be a cooler day with some more rain in the evening, although there will be dry spells.
“Wednesday and Thursday look rather wet and much cooler, and I think we’ll struggle to get into double figures temperature-wise.”
Looking further ahead Mr Stevens said the influence of the Jetstream would be less this summer and we may see a better year than 2015.
“Last year we had only one hot spell at the end of June and then we headed into a wet and stormy Autuumn.
“This year there is a chance we could have four or five decent hot spells and if we get a Spanish plume of warm air from the continent we could well see several days of temperatures well into the 20s.”