Leeds England Weather
SOUTH GLAND will wake up this morning to see rain and snow as an Arctic blast continues to hit Britain. Heavy rain is forecast for East Anglia and a band of heavy snow is expected to move into the North East before moving south across the rest of England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Leeds Festival 2019 is upon us, what will the weather be like this year?
Gusts are expected to be more widespread across northern England and Scotland, with gusts of up to 30mph in the north and south-east of the country. London could see snow this morning, and parts of East Anglia, south-east England, Wales and Northern Ireland are likely to see between two and five inches of snow. He said: 'There will be heavy snowfall in northern England where 5 to 10cm of snow may fall, in some places perhaps 20cm.
Leeds is also likely to get a dusting of dust today, with the Met Office adding that the icy city has been warned of yellow weather. Leeds is also likely to cover Toowoomba, Huddersfield and the south-east of England, as well as parts of Wales and Northern Ireland, with dust in the coming days, according to the Met Office, which added that it had warned the "icy city" of "yellow weather" for the rest of the day.
Parts of the South - East have yellow or amber snow warnings, with Kent, Oxfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Norfolk. East Anglia and parts of Kent and Sussex should also brace themselves for snow on Saturday.
Current information on the situation on roads and railways can be found in the Ufa - RU UFA Weather Network Finder on our weather page. Plan your morning commute or road trip in advance when you are informed of the road conditions by locals.
According to our tourism forecasts, the best times to visit Leeds are the end of June to the end of August, but the climate is milder in winter, making Leeds an ideal place to visit in the summer months of June, July and August. The average daily temperature is between 5 and 7 degrees from December to February. In the summer in Leeds temperatures can reach 25C during the summer months of July to August and in the following days Leeds will be above the normal daily temperature.
Spring is the best time to visit Leeds when the weather is mild and warm, the days are crisp and clear and when the cold is not bothering visitors, it is possible to visit Leeds in winter. Autumn is also a good time for Leeds to visit as Leeds can avoid the peak tourist season in summer, while there are milder temperatures and longer daylight hours, especially in September. The days are shorter and visitors are offered an alternative to a visit in the high summer months.
If you are looking for a very warm time to visit Leeds, the hottest months are July, August and then June. If you are looking for dry weather, April, September and June are the best times for the first spring blooms in Leeds and the growing degree days alone mean they can appear in March or May.
Leeds will have 16 days of dry weather a month and an average of 3 days in January, but 4 days in February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October and November will see above average snow. February will see 13 days of dry weather, and Leeds will see 16 days of dry weather. In February, it snowed on average four of those days.
Leeds will be dry for 17 days of the month but it snowed an average of two days in March and one day in November. On 17 of these days it will be dry and snow will fall on average on 2 December days and one December day.
Leeds will be dry for 18 days of the month but it snowed on average two days in March and one day in November. September is Leeds' driest month on average, with a record low of -3.5 degrees Celsius.
Leeds will be dry for 16 days of the month but it can also be drier than May, June, July, August, September, October, November and December. August is Leeds' driest month on record, with a record low of -3.5 degrees Celsius and the driest month on average, with an average temperature of 0.3 degrees. It will be dry on all but 14 days in September and 16 days for Leeds. November is drier than any other month and the driest day on record for Yorkshire and Yorkshire County Council is June. It is November, it will have been dry and it will be dry for a fortnight, for all or all of this year in London, Manchester, Leeds and Durham.