Last week, we told you that Cambridge is expected to be hotter than Barcelona, Athens and Los Angeles this week as the first heatwave of 2018 hits the city.
Tomorrow is expected to be the hottest day of the year so far, as temperatures will peak at highs of 18 degrees and lows of 11 – but what can we expect from the rest of the week?
Here's our breakdown of the seven days of weather currently forecast, according to current data from the Met Office.
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Today and Tomorrow (16-17 April)
The first two days of the week are also the last time we're going to see any clouds in the sky for a while. Today, temperatures will peak at 15 degrees at 2pm, before declining from 6pm and hitting a low of 11 degrees at 9pm.
Tomorrow, temperatures will hit a low of 10 degrees overnight, before peaking at 18 degrees from 3pm. There will be no clouds in the sky between 1pm and 2pm, so if you're looking for a perfect time to take your lunch break, then is your best chance.
Midweek (Wednesday 18 – Thursday 19)
Rejoice, as there are no clouds in the sky from Wednesday until the end of the week. The sun will rise at 5:57am on Wednesday, with the temperature quickly increasing from 12 degrees at 7am, to 16 degrees at 10am and 20 degrees by lunchtime. It will peak at 21 degrees at 4pm.
On Thursday, Cambridge is going to get warmer still, as temperatures will hit 23 degrees at 4pm – and as temperatures are set to slightly decrease after then, the 19th April will be set in stone as the hottest day of the year so far.
The Weekend (Friday 20 – Sunday 22)
On Friday, temperatures will dip to highs of 20 degrees and lows of eight degrees, before further decreasing on Saturday to highs of 17 and lows of seven.
Sunday will see Cambridge get warmer, rising to highs of 18 and lows of eight. It may be getting ever so slightly cooler at the weekend- but there will still be no clouds to be seen anywhere in the sky.