Leeds: April Weather AveragesDaily averages for April
|Sunshine Hours||7 hrs|
|Chance of Sunny Day||21 %|
|Rainfall days||14 days|
|Chance of Rain||57 %|
|Chance of Cloudy Day||10 %|
|Chance of Windy Day||39 %|
|Chance of Fog Day||15%|
|Chance of Snow Day||5%|
Daily averages for April
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Averages for Leeds in April
If you visit Leeds in April, you may experience some springtime showers, but you’ll rarely have to worry about the thunderstorms or tornadoes that can strike the U.S. this time of the year. Leeds generally has a cool and temperate climate, with extremes in the weather the exception rather than the rule.
The average temperature for the month stays at around 44 degrees Fahrenheit (7 degrees on the Celsius scale) and the temperature in the daytime, on average, is a pleasant, albeit somewhat cool, 52 degrees Fahrenheit (11 degrees Celsius). However, the temperature can drop quite a bit during the night, registering, on average, 39 degrees Fahrenheit or 4 degrees Celsius.
Accumulated precipitation, on average, is 47 mm with the sun glowing brightly for four hours out of the 14 hours that it appears.
If you choose to journey to Leeds in April, then you will want to visit Leeds’ Victoria Quarter, where restored Edwardian and Victorian structures house exclusive retailers, such as Karen Millen, LK Bennett, Gieves and Hawkes, Ted Baker, and Harvey Nichols. In fact, the highly acclaimed Leeds shopping district is home to over seventy exclusive shops and stores.
You may also want to make a trip to the nearby Leeds Corn Exchange in Kirkgate. The oval building, which was constructed in the early 1860s, contains boutique-type stores and restaurants. Clarence Dock is yet another retail venue that you’ll want to visit. Situated by the River Aire, the popular destination serves as a hub for such upscale specialty retailers as Moda in Pelle, All Saints, and Daniel Footwear.
Visitors to Leeds often choose to stay at the Corn Mill Lodge. The newer hotel, which features 76 rooms, boasts a 120-seat restaurant. Enjoy a traditional English menu, including buffets at lunch that highlight cold and hot fare.