Leeds Met Office forecast: Hour-by-hour weather forecast on Sunday as torrential rain set to batter city
After a rainy Saturday, the weather outlook for Leeds is pretty grim.
Heavy showers are forecast throughout the week ahead, so it's fortunate timing that bars, pubs and restaurants can reopen indoors tomorrow.
If you've made plans today, here is the hour-by-hour Met Office weather forecast for Sunday:
Noon - light showers - 13C
1pm - light rain - 13C
2pm - cloudy - 14C
3pm - sunny intervals - 14C
4pm - sunny intervals - 14C
5pm - light shower - 13C
6pm - heavy rain - 12C
7pm - heavy rain - 12C
8pm - heavy rain - 12C
9pm - light rain - 11C
10pm - cloudy - 10C
11pm - cloudy - 10C
Here's the weather outlook for Leeds and Yorkshire:
Cloud in the east spreads west with some fog developing across the hill tops. Isolated showers will persist through the night, with winds remaining light. Minimum temperature 6C
Cloudy gradually thinning and breaking through the morning to allow some bright spells to develop, but also occasional heavy afternoon showers, these perhaps thundery. Showers slowly decay into the evening. Maximum temperature 15C
Tuesday and Wednesday, sunny spells and further showers, still heavy at first but probably lighter by Wednesday. Still rather cool. Thursday, bright start but cloud, rain, freshening winds likely later.
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