Storm Diana: When will the storm end in Leeds?
The heavy rain and blustery conditions are set to subside in Leeds this afternoon, as the worst of Storm Diana passes to make way for some sunny spells.
Rain showers are forecast to continue until midday, with the wet weather becoming lighter after 9am, although the windy conditions will remain for a time, mainly in the east.
The afternoon will bring some brighter spells from 2pm, but it will remain partially cloudy before clearing up in the early evening.
The Met Office issued a yellow weather warning for Leeds, between the hours of 3am and 2pm, alerting of ‘very strong and disruptive winds’.
After 2pm, the rest of the afternoon looks set to brighten with some sunny intervals, but it will remain partially cloudy before clearing up in the early evening.
The weather on Friday will greatly improve, as forecasters predict some sunny spells in the morning through to mid-afternoon.
However, temperatures will be slightly cooler at a maximum of 8C and patches of frost can be expected heading into the night.
Saturday will remain mostly dry, although the cloud is forecast to thicken and there may be some rain showers later in the day.
Here is the full hour by hour forecast for Leeds today:
6am - Heavy rain
7am - Heavy rain
8am - Heavy rain
9am - Light rain
10am - Light rain
11am - Light rain
12 midday - Light rain
1pm - Cloudy
2pm - Sunny intervals
3pm - Sunny intervals
4pm - Partially cloudy
5pm - Partially cloudy
6pm - Clear spells
7pm - Clear spells
8pm - Clear spells
9pm - Partially cloudy
10pm - Partially cloudy
11pm - Light showers
12 midnight - Light showers
Maximum temperature: 14C