If your kids were hoping to show off those amazing back-to-school sweaters and pants they might have to wait a couple of days.

A major warmup is coming to New York next week and with most schools expected to return after Labor Day, most kids will be heading back in shorts and short-sleeve shirts.

The National Weather Service in Buffalo is calling for temperatures between 10 and 15 degrees warmer than normal. The average temperature for the beginning of September is around 75 degrees, so we will temps in the 80s for next week.

The warmup will start this weekend with sunny skies expected all across the state and temperatures in the 80s and that looks like it will continue all of next week.

If heading back to school is the unofficial ending to summer, someone better tell that to Mother Nature.

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