If you haven’t booked your summer holiday yet, you might want to consider staying in Huddersfield for the beginning and end of July.
That week will be the warmest of the year in Huddersfield, based on a decade of weather records.
Over the past ten years, the average temperature during the 27th and 30th weeks of the year have been approximately 15.7°C in West Yorkshire.
In 2016 these will fall between July 4 and July 10 and week 30 between July 25 and July 31.
So if you’re yet to book a holiday, you might end up missing the warmest weeks of the year if you choose to go abroad at the beginning or end of July.
At the end of July 2014 Britain basked in a heatwave, with the average temperature - not even the highest - staying at 18°C or above in West Yorkshire for the entire week.
Every year since 2006 the average temperature for that week at the end of July has been between 13°C and 19°C, according to data the Examiner analysed from the Weather Underground website.
By late August the mercury will likely read about 14.6°C, and then drops another degree as August turns to September.
Weather Underground takes average temperatures for each day at different airports around the country.
These readings are for Leeds-Bradford Airport, and we have had to ‘average the averages’ to get the data.