Weather forecast - Wednesday 23 July 2014
Feels Like: 19°C
Feels Like: 28°C
Feels Like: 20°C
Feels Like: 15°C
East North East
wind gusts 24.6 mph
The weather will be very cloudy in the morning and the sun will have trouble breaking through. The sun will be present in the afternoon with very few high flying clouds .
13°C / 26°C
14°C / 25°C
13°C / 26°C
14°C / 22°C
13°C / 22°C
14°C / 23°C
14°C / 22°C
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Leeds, situated in West Yorkshire, is the UKs largest centre for business, legal and financial services after London. Leeds has an oceanic climate. Summers are mild and winters are cold and cloudy with occasional snow and frost. Due to its location on the eastern side of the Pennines, Leeds is amongst the driest UK cities with an annual rainfall of 660 mm. The city is renowned for its carnival, the UKs second largest after the Notting Hill Carnival attracting hundreds of thousands of people every year.
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Leeds is a city in the county of Yorkshire built on the River Aire. With a population of 429 242 inhabitants, it is considered the third biggest town in England. Leeds was voted ‘favourite town in the UK’ by the Magazine Condé Nast Traveller and proposes various different activities. You can take a stroll on King Edward Street or in Roundhay Park, come rain or shine. Take in the friendly and dynamic atmosphere of Leeds Elland Road Stadium. Under the influence of the Atlantic Ocean, Leed’s climate is oceanic and is characterised by a very feeble variation in temperature all year long. The summers are humid and sometimes hot while the winters are very cold. The weather in Leeds remains pleasant.