- Today , , Light Cloud , High 17°C 63°F Low 11°C 52°F Wind speed 8 mph 13 km/h West North Westerly
- Wed , Light Rain , High 15°C 59°F Low 9°C 48°F Wind speed 6 mph 10 km/h North Westerly
- Thu , Light Rain , High 13°C 55°F Low 10°C 50°F Wind speed 11 mph 18 km/h North Westerly
- Fri , Thick Cloud , High 14°C 57°F Low 10°C 50°F Wind speed 12 mph 19 km/h North North Westerly
- Sat , Light Cloud , High 14°C 57°F Low 8°C 46°F Wind speed 10 mph 16 km/h Northerly
- Sun , Light Cloud , Likely high 15°C 59°F Likely low 9°C 48°F Wind speed 10 mph 16 km/h North North Westerly
- Mon , Light Cloud , Likely high 15°C 59°F Likely low 10°C 50°F Wind speed 8 mph 13 km/h North North Westerly
- Tue 8 Sep , Light Cloud , Likely high 15°C 59°F Likely low 10°C 50°F Wind speed 6 mph 10 km/h Northerly
- Wed 9 Sep , Light Cloud , Likely high 16°C 61°F Likely low 11°C 52°F Wind speed 7 mph 11 km/h North Easterly
- Thu 10 Sep , Light Cloud , Likely high 16°C 61°F Likely low 11°C 52°F Wind speed 9 mph 14 km/h East South Easterly
High 17°C 63°F Low 11°C 52°F
Yorkshire and Humber
It will be a bright and breezy day with scattered showers. These will be locally heavy with possible thunder. Feeling cool in the northwesterly wind, this fresher near coasts.
Scattered showers, still heavy and thundery for a time, will persist through the evening, becoming more confined to coastal areas by the end of the night
Met Office warnings issued for West Yorkshire
Yellow warning of rainUpdated 31 August at 16:38
- 2000 on Mon 31 August
- 1000 on Tue 1 September
Showers affecting parts of northern England and north Wales through Monday afternoon may merge together on Monday evening to give a period of more prolonged and at times very heavy rainfall. This will then sink southeastwards through parts of the Midlands and East Anglia overnight and into Tuesday morning.
There is a great deal of uncertainty in these developments with many areas only seeing small amounts of rainfall. Where the heaviest rain falls some localised flooding is possible and the public should be aware of the potential for disruption.
Issued by the Met Office