Scorching temperatures look set to hit Hull this weekend with a potential heatwave on its way.
The Met Office predicts that temperatures in the city could be as high as 25C as the wet and dreary summer conditions look to have passed.
Grey skies and heavy rain have bombarded Hull recently but clouds should disappear and let the sun shine down on us over the next few days.
The Met Office predicts that temperatures today (July 14) and Thursday will be in the low twenties before reaching a high of 25C on Sunday.
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Here is what the weather in Hull will look like heading towards the weekend:
“After a cloudy start with mist over some higher ground, skies will brighten with some very warm and strong afternoon sunshine developing.
“There’s a small chance of a shower later in the day over the Pennines. Light winds. Maximum temperature 25C.
“A fine start to the night with some long clear spells as cloud melts away. Cloud increasing after midnight. Winds remaining light. Minimum temperature 13C.”
“Mostly cloudy to start on Thursday before the cloud breaks to give some warm, strong sunshine by afternoon.
“Sunny end to the day with mostly light winds. Cooler near coasts. Maximum temperature 22C.”
Friday to Sunday
“A fine and increasingly warm spell of weather with long spells of strong sunshine.
“Early mist possible each morning.”