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Huddersfield weatherman Paul Stevens has confirmed a mini heatwave is coming this Saturday and during the middle of next week.
And he has revealed that the long term forecast for the school holidays is looking even hotter.
The Salendine Nook meteorologist says temperatures may reach 25°C (77°F) on Saturday hotter than those enjoyed by World Cup revellers at Rio De Janeiro in Brazil.
After a couple of days of showers and slightly cooler weather, the sun will be back on Tuesday for three more days of decent weather.
Paul said: “It will turn more cloudy tomorrow with bits of patchy rain but it will still be warm and muggy and could reach about 20/21 °C (68/70°F).
“Unusually, a warm front is coming from the east which can make it quite hot.
“Saturday looks likely to be hitting 24 or 25°C – which is mid to high 70s.
“We’ll have showers back on Sunday and Monday but there’s high pressure building and we’ll start to see the cloud being squeezed out and tropical air getting pumped in.
“It might well get up to 25 or 26°C (77 to 79°F).
“I don’t think we’ll breach the 80°F mark, but there will certainly be a lot of sunshine from Tuesday to Thursday before it cools down again.
“Wednesday or Thursday could be the hottest day of the year and certainly better than anything we’ve had so far.
“Looking further ahead the indication is that the second half of summer is going to be even hotter.
“It’s looking like it will settle down in August in time for the kids’ holidays.”
Worldwide temperatures on Saturday
Rio - 20°c
Mexico City - 20°c
Nairobi - 21°c
Los Angeles - 22°c
Sydney - 16°c
Berlin - 23°c
New York - 27°c
Beijing - 33°c
Tokyo - 31°c
Baghdad - 44°c
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