The temperatures have been soaring across Hull lately, and thankfully it will be sticking around in time for when the European Championship is on.
While it may have come a bit later than we would have hoped, the relentless sun of the last couple of weeks has been a welcome respite after the months of darkness, cold and being kept indoors.
But now we can sit in a beer garden, enjoy a cold beverage, and watch England play football.
The Met Office reports temperatures across the region are expected to reach up to 23 degrees throughout the week, with a slighter lower temperature of 20C on Saturday.
And across the country we could see highs of 27C over the next fortnight.
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You can expect pub gardens to be full as well as the good weather is expected to coincide with start of the European Championship, including on Sunday when England face Croatia in their opening game of the tournament.
Saturday will see temperatures reach 20C, Sunday 22C, and Monday through to next week will be 21C and above.
A spokesperson from the Met Office said “We are expecting a good deal of fine and dry weather for the next few weeks across Yorkshire and much of the UK.
“Temperatures will mostly be warmer than average, perhaps low to mid 20C.
“There continues to be a risk of some cloudier conditions with scattered showers, some of which could be heavy and possibly thundery at times.”
And what’s more is that the gorgeous weather has no plans of stopping any time soon.
Outlook for Thursday to Saturday
There is a lot of dry and settle weather expected throughout the region.
Temperatures will remain consistent, and it will feel very warm and perhaps hot for a while.
There will be no sign of rain spells until the end of next week.
A little breeze is expected but will not impact the heat of the climbing temperatures.