Huddersfield is heading for the last heatwave of the summer, according to Examiner weatherman Paul Stevens.
And there’s a chance that temperatures could smash the 33.6°C (92.5°F) record set in 2003.
What’s more certain is that Huddersfield will enjoy a few days of warm, mostly dry weather, says the Salendine Nook meteorologist.
Paul said: “Wednesday will be more cloudy and temperatures will be a bit chilly – but by the time we get to Thursday we will see some high pressure pushing in from the southwest. That will begin to settle things down.
“On Thursday there will be some cloud but sunny intervals with temperatures up to 20°C.”
And the summery spell will culminate in a heatwave on Monday when temperatures may creep above 30°C.
Hot air, which is currently covering Spain and Portugal is expected to make its way to the UK at beginning of next week.
Paul said: “From Monday we could get a two-day hot spell and we could get a hottest temperature of 30°C.
“We could nudge 31°C or 32°C.
“There’s a chance that the all-time record in Huddersfield of 33.6°C could be broken.”
You’d better enjoy the hot weather, however, as it’ll be the last of the summer, Paul says.
He said: “On Tuesday August 16 it looks like Atlantic conditions might come and the summery weather will go with a bang. There could be a few thunderstorms.”