Teesside could be set to feel temperatures similar to parts of Mexico this week.

Despite the blustery gales and gloomy skies that are customary for this time of year, our area is set to warm up as we head into midweek.

And as temperatures hit as high as 20C, it means Teesside could be as hot Mexico City.

It’s set to be a cloudless and warm Wednesday with temperatures hitting 19 degrees in Middlesbrough, and it’s set to keep mild until the weekend arrives.

But despite temperatures being unusually warm for this time of year, high winds could make it feel slightly cooler.

Saturday is set to see the highest temperature in our region, but the edge will be taken off with strong northerly winds.

The Weather Channel says temperatures will not last across the UK either.

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A spokeswoman said: “Forecasts indicate Wednesday is set to be the hottest day of October with temperatures expected to reach double the monthly average.

“However, the warm spell is not expected to last with strong winds and wet weather expected to hit the north on Friday.

“Weather across the rest of the country is expected to be cooler, wetter and windier throughout the weekend, as temperatures drop into the mid-teens on Sunday.”

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