Is it going to be sunny in Leeds for eating and drinking outdoors? Full Met Office forecast for the week as sunshine set to blast city with no rain
It's going to be a sunny week in Leeds this week as people continue to enjoy outdoor restaurants, bars and beer gardens.
Leeds will see highs of 17C this week as the sun shines every day across the city - with a dry and bright week ahead on the whole.
There is currently no rain forecast for the entirety of the week - perfect for those who are planning on being out and about and enjoying being allowed to socialise outdoors.
Through a mixture of blue skies and sunshine and sunny spells with spouts of cloud throughout, it will be a spring-like week.
It will feel colder later in the evenings though, with lows of around 1C in the early hours of the morning each day.
In Leeds, the sun will set at 8.14pm on Monday, getting two minutes later each night and reaching 8.22pm on Friday, meaning it will be light for longer while eating or drinking outside.
Full Met Office forecast for Leeds and Yorkshire and the Humber:
Monday: A cold start with any frost or isolated patches soon lifting, then a dry and bright morning with some sunny spells, especially in the east. Staying warm and dry through the afternoon, but with increasingly hazy sunshine in the west. Maximum temperature 16 °C.
Monday night: Cold again overnight, with long clear spells, especially in the east, where a patchy frost could form, along with a risk of mist or coastal fog. Cloudier in the west. Minimum temperature 1 °C.
Tuesday: Warm, but often hazy sunny spells for much of the day, perhaps a little misty on the coast. Thickening cloud and some spots of rain developing overnight. Maximum temperature 17 °C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday: Cloud and patchy rain clearing Wednesday, then mainly dry with sunny spells, patchy frost overnight. Fine and dry on Thursday and Friday with sunny spells and overnight frosts.