Stand by for the last blast of summer in Huddersfield.
That was the message from local weather forecaster Paul Stevens as he predicted several days of warm and dry weather before Autumn kicks in.
Temperatures could hit 20°C by Friday but the weekend and next week look distinctly unsettled.
It’s a similar picture across much of the country, although some areas will see heavy rain by the end of the week.
Mr Stevens, of Salendine Nook, said: “Generally it looks as though we are in for some bettter weather as this week progresses.
“So far it has been a little cloudy and as we reach this time of year, the sun doesn’t always have the energy to burn of the morning mist and cloud.
“But as we head through Wednesday and into Thursday, things will start to improve.
“It may start off a little cloudy but the sun should break through and we are in for warm and dry days.
“The winds should start to come from the south and that will bring warmer air from the Continent so it will feel very pleasant.
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“There is no chance of a heatwave but we should certainly enjoy a last blast of summer.
“The temperature could well reach 20° by Thursday and Friday and it will feel very pleasant in the sun”.
Things take a turn for the worse over the weekend, with cooler temperatures and showers on the way for Saturday and Sunday.
And Mr Stevens has warned of generally unsettled weather, getting cooler and wetter as we head through next week.
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The large area of high pressure currently over the UK, and also northern Europe, is starting to build further eastwards and pressure is starting to fall to our west heralding a change to much more unsettled weather from this weekend and through next week.