Leeds weather forecast: Why is it so foggy in Leeds and when will it clear?

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The weather in Leeds is set to be mostly dull today as forecasters predict cloud, cooler temperatures and fog.

What will the weather be like this morning in Leeds?

The weather in Leeds is set to be mostly dull today as forecasters predict cloud, cooler temperatures and fog

The weather in Leeds is set to be mostly dull today as forecasters predict cloud, cooler temperatures and fog

This morning will be cold and extremely foggy, with the temperature of 4C only increasing slightly to its peak of 6C by 12pm. The fog is set to clear slightly as the day progresses, but will remain overcast throughout most of the day.

According to the Met Office: "After a damp and misty start, things will slowly improve with some brightness possible at times before further cloud pushes up from the south before dusk."

Fog "is one of the more common weather conditions in the UK, particularly throughout autumn and winter," adds the Met Office.

What will the weather be like this afternoon in Leeds?

Early afternoon will remain cloudy, becoming more overcast as the day continues. The temperature will remain at 6C throughout the afternoon.

What will the weather be like this evening and tonight in Leeds?

Early evening will then become quickly dark, with the temperature slowly dipping as the evening progresses. According the Met Office: "some clearer weather will push in from the east", with the foggy conditions set to subside.

What will the weather be like tomorrow in Leeds?

Tomorrow is set to be slightly warmer, but will see cloud throughout most of the day. Maximum temperature of 8C. Although early morning may still see some fog, this is set to clear as the day progresses.

What is the long-term forecast for Leeds?

Sunday will then see a mixture of cloud and sunny spells, with the chance of light rain at around 3pm. Maximum temperature of 8C.

Looking further ahead for the UK in general, “Many places will be dry on Tuesday with variable, often large amounts of cloud,” according to the Met Office.

“The best of the sunshine is likely in the west, with scattered showers, chiefly affecting the north and east.

“On Wednesday it will probably turn cloudier and windier across the west and southwest, whilst areas further east and northeast turn drier with some hazy sunshine.

“Temperatures are likely to stay below normal on both Tuesday and Wednesday.”