The Met Office has forecast a dry but cloudy Bank Holiday Monday today, May 25, in and around Sheffield and South Yorkshire.
It will be cloudy throughout the day, and although rain is not forecast, it will remain cool, with temperatures holding steady between 11 degrees C and 13 degrees C, according to the Met office.
Here is the full forecast:
A rather cloudy day overall, however cloud should occasionally break to give some bright or sunny spells. Most places will stay dry, although isolated showers are possible. Mostly light northwesterly winds. Maximum Temperature 13 degrees Celsius.
In Sheffield, from 11am to 4pm: cloudy with temperatures between 11 degrees and 13 degrees. Temperatures will peak at 13 degrees between 2-9pm, but will remain overcast.
It will stay mostly dry overnight, with variable cloud allowing some clear spells. It will become chilly with light winds. Minimum Temperature 5C.
It is expected to be generally dry, although cooler than Sunday with rather cloudy skies.
There is a chance of a little light rain in a few spots, according to the Met Office.
There may be a few brighter intervals, most likely late in the day.
By tonight, it is expected to stay mostly dry overnight, although a few isolated showers are still possible in the evening.
Winds will remain light, according to the Met Office.
Temperatures have been forecast to reach as high as 13 degrees Celsius.