Leeds Festival returns to Bramham Park this weekend and we have the all-important weather forecast for the bank holiday weekend event.
Headline music acts for Leeds Festival 2021 include Liam Gallagher, Stormzy, Post Malone, Catfish and The Bottlemen, Biffy Clyro and Disclosure.
Leeds Festival will be running between August 27 and 29 with thousands expected at the sold out event.
Aside from seeing which acts are playing where and when the next big thing is knowing what to pack.
This can be dictated by the weather forecast. Obviously, we’ll have fun whatever the weather but it is helpful if the elements are kind – thankful things are looking pretty good for Bramham Park.
Leeds Festival weather forecast
Using the Weather Channel we’ve taken a look at what the weather forecast is for Leeds Festival 2021.
You can see the projections below:
Wednesday, August 25
For those getting to Bramham Park early you’ll be pleased to know you shouldn’t be met by rain. There’ll be a little bit of cloud with temperatures expected to reach a high of 22°C.
Thursday, August 26
It looks like being overcast on the Thursday of the festival. There’s a 10 per cent chance of rain with temperatures of 19°C expected.
Friday, August 27
The first day of all the big acts playing we’ll see temperatures of 19°C again. There’s a 15 per cent chance of rain.
Saturday, August 28
It is expected to be a little cloudy on the Saturday of Leeds Festival 2021 although once again the chances of rain are quite low with it being a 15 per cent probability. Low speed winds are forecast.
Sunday, August 29
On the final day of Leeds Festival 2021 a temperature of 21°C is being forecast. There’s only a nine per cent chance of rain which all in all means we’ll have experienced a rather pleasant festival, in terms of weather, and we’re sure we’ll be incredibly satisfied with what we’ll have seen at the event’s main stages.
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