Percy Pud 10K: this is the weather forecast for race day
3,000 runners will be hoping for fair weather this Sunday as they take part in the Percy Pud 10K in Sheffield.
The course takes runners through the picturesque Loxley Valley, past Damflask reservoir, and a fine day would make the run all the better.
The race, organised by the Sheffield City Striders Running Club is one of the most popular running events of the year.
It takes place annually in December. This year it will be run on Sunday December 1 and will begin at 9.30am.
You can see a full list of roads that will be closed on the day here.
This is the weather forecast for the day of the Percy Pud 10K this year
The weather forecast is looking positive, leaving runners set for a dry day, although it will be quite cold.
It will be around 3C at the beginning of the race, with a 10 per cent chance of rain and winds of 16mph.
It will warm up slightly over the course of the race, with it getting sunnier towards midday and the temperature climbing slightly to 4C.
The chance of rain will drop over the course of the morning to less than 5 per cent.
The wind speed will increase, however, rising to 17mph by the end of the race, which is expected at around 11am.
There is no mention of snow or ice for Sunday December 1, however Sheffield Council have confirmed that gritters will be out on the roads from 8pm tonight (November 28). There is nothing to indicate this will impact the race.