Took me ages to find any studies on this:
The above study looked at pedalling power output during maximal sprints.
After warming the legs in a 44‡ C water bath there was an increase of ∼11% in maximal peak force and power (PPmax) compared with normal rest while cooling the legs in 18 and 12‡ C water baths resulted in reductions of ∼12% and 21% respectively
This study looked at a variety of performance measures
Maximal dynamic strength, power output, jumping, and sprinting performance were positively related to temperature