Met Office Leeds weather forecast: Temperatures expected to increase as week progresses
Temperatures in Leeds will rise as the week progresses before levelling off from Thursday onwards, according to the latest Met Office forecast.
Below is the full Met Office weather forecast for the week, which shows there could be some sun to enjoy at the end of the working week.
For more information, head over to the official Met Office website.
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It is expected that the week will start cloudy, although there could be sunny intervals by early evening.
Temperatures are predicted to reach 18 degrees.
The forecast predicts that Tuesday will follow a similar pattern of being cloudy through the day before the clouds give way to sun in the early evening.
There could be a steady temperature increase on the day before as it is expected to reach 19 degrees.
Sunny intervals are expected in the afternoon on Wednesday, although the forecast predicts it will again be cloudy early on.
The temperature again is expected to increase, this time to 20 degrees.
Thursday is expected to start with sunny intervals but change to being cloudy by late morning.
However, it has been forecasted that it could reach 22 degrees in the late afternoon.
Sunny intervals are expected to end the week, with temperatures again reaching 22 degrees.