It’s one of those things you can’t control but will make a difference to those taking part (and watching) Manchester Marathon.
We’ve pulled together an hour-by-hour guide to weather in the city to give you a better idea of what conditions will be like for the races.
Best of luck to all those taking part!
7am: The day should get off to a cloudy and dry start, though feeling a bit humid.
8am: With half-marathon runners starting to line up, the weather is expected to be dry with light winds. Temperatures will be around 13C.
9am: Similar to 8am forecast.
10am: humidity will be easing with the chance of showers lower than 10%.
11am: Temperatures will nudge up to 14C: still cool enough for exercise. It will stay cloudy.
12pm: It will feel more like 15C with a pleasant gentle breeze.
1pm: Sill looking unlikely it will rain, with light cloud cover.
2pm: Temperatures will peak at around 15C and it’s still expected to stay dry and cloudy.
3pm: A welcome gentle north-westerly breeze and more light cloud as we head into the afternoon.
Source: BBC Weather.
- Log onto ManchesterWorld for a photo gallery from both races on Sunday and see if you can spot yourself!