Leeds weather: Hour-by-hour Met Office forecast for Sunday as no sun predicted all day
Despite the current UK heatwave, there is no sun forecast for Leeds on Sunday.
Following a week filled with sunshine, blue skies and heat, Sunday is set to be cloudy in Leeds.
Most of the day is forecast to be cloudy with some spouts of dark, overcast cloud hitting the city throughout the afternoon.
It will still be warm with highs of 21C but there might be no need for sunglasses if you're out and about.
Here is the hour-by-hour Met Office forecast for Sunday:
6am - cloudy - 14C
7am - cloudy - 14C
8am - cloudy - 15C
9am - cloudy - 16C
10am - cloudy - 17C
11am - cloudy - 18C
12pm - overcast - 19C
1pm - overcast - 19C
2pm - overcast - 19C
3pm - cloudy - 20C
4pm - cloudy - 20C
5pm - cloudy - 20C
6pm - cloudy - 19C
7pm - overcast - 19C
8pm - overcast - 18C
9pm - cloudy - 16C
10pm - cloudy - 16C
11pm - cloudy - 15C
Forecast in full for Yorkshire and the Humber:
Sunday: Rather cloudy early on with a little rain in places. Bright or sunny spells developing by the afternoon with showers breaking out, some heavy and perhaps thundery. Light winds. Maximum temperature 21 °C.
Outlook for Monday to Wednesday: Sunny spells and scattered showers on Monday. Sunshine and just the odd shower possible on Tuesday. Wednesday probably dry and bright, but rain likely in the west later.