Met Office forecast Leeds: Full weather outlook for the week ahead as temperatures set to rise
Temperatures are set to rise in Leeds this week with a milder and drier spell ahead.
After an unsettled weekend of strong winds, showers and some spells of sunshine, it will be largely cloudy over the next few days - with the odd shower.
Temperatures will reach 14C on Tuesday and remain in double figures until Sunday.
Showers are forecast between 5am and 9am on Tuesday morning, before the wet weather makes way for bright sunshine in the afternoon.
It is set to remain dry and cloudy for the rest of the week.
Here is the Met Office forecast for Leeds and Yorkshire and the Humber this week in full:
Monday: A fine and dry day with plenty of sunny spells. Cloud will increase from the west during the afternoon but it'll remain bright, with perhaps the odd shower over the Pennines. Feeling milder than Sunday, with some light winds. Maximum temperature 11C.
Monday night: Outbreaks of rain and drizzle will move in during the night, along with low cloud and areas of hill fog. A murky and damp end to the night. Minimum temperature 6C.
Tuesday: A cloudy morning with patchy light rain and drizzle. Drier and brighter in the afternoon, with developing sunny spells, but becoming breezy, particularly along coastal areas. Milder than Monday. Maximum temperature 13C.
Outlook for Wednesday to Friday: Dry and bright on Wednesday, occasionally sunny. Cloudy with early rain on Thursday, occasionally breezy. Largely cloudy on Friday, with extensive low cloud, hill fog and drizzle. Rather cold.