‘World’s hottest weather girl’ turns up heat as she poses naked in fiery snaps

The world's hottest weather girl left followers drooling with her latest posts.

Yanet Garcia is famous for her TV work and online presence where she boasts 15million Instagram followers.

She loves treating her fans to racy snaps, as she previously wowed in a dental floss bikini trend.

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Now in yet another gorgeous upload for her millions, Yanet ditched her clothes completely and wowed in some snaps.

She was cheering for Mexico as she stood with a sombrero and some knee-high boots.

The TV beauty wore heavy makeup with red hot lipstick, mascara and eye shadow.

She wore her brown locks in a luscious curvy way as she glared at the camera for the first snap.

The second post she's dressed differently with a Mexican cover up over her boobs and lace knickers.

Her caption read: "VIVA MEXICO.

"Dating a Latina you will get a beautiful, strong, passionate, loyal, romantic, seductive and the most honest women in the world.

"So don't get mad when they stand up for themselves and want the same in return."

Yanet was supposedly celebrating Mexican Independence Day which is on September 16 every year.

The model left fans drooling with the sexy snaps which she shared on Friday evening.

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One wrote: "How beautiful," while another added: "LONG LIVE Mexico."

While a third gushed: "Mexico beautiful and beloved! One of the most beautiful women in Mexico."

And a fourth chimed in: "Oh my love."

In a post right before this one, Yanet also strutted her stuff in a slinky lingerie set.

The black and white image shows the model rocking the sexy look as she cheekily smirked at the camera.

Fans were also left in awe with the upload garnering over thousands of likes and comments.

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