Heavy rain and strong winds are set to hit Leeds during Ed Sheeran's Roundhay Park concerts this weekend.
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Doors will open from 4pm today and Ed Sheeran will take to the stage at 8.30pm.
The concert is expected to be a washout, with heavy rain forecast all evening and temperatures around 17C.
Strong and blustery winds are also likely.
The hit singer will return to Roundhay Park tomorrow, with doors opening again at 4pm.
Saturday's forecast is more promising, with bright sunshine throughout most of the day.
Temperatures could reach 20C.
Tickets are still available for today's show from See Tickets - but be sure to pack your umbrella if you're heading to the concert.
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Hour-by-hour weather forecast for Friday's Ed Sheeran concert
11.00 - Light rain - 16C
12.00 - Heavy rain - 16C
13.00 - Heavy rain - 16C
14.00 - Heavy rain - 16C
15.00 - Heavy rain - 16C
16.00 - Light rain - 17C
17.00 - Light rain - 17C
18.00 - Heavy rain - 17C
19.00 - Heavy rain - 17C
20.00 - Heavy rain - 17C
21.00 - Light shower - 17C
22.00 - Partly cloudy - 17C
23.00 - Partly cloudy - 17C