BRADFORD is clearing up after gales brought havoc to the district on Saturday - but what does the weather hold in store?

After winds brought down trees and forced train cancelations on Saturday, the Met Office says the district is in for a period of calm.

But don't put away your winter woolies yet because overnight temperatures are still set to drop to near freezing.

A Met Office forecaster says: "On Monday early frost will clear. Then it will be a dry day with sunny periods, but cloud will thicken during the afternoon. Winds will be light."

As for Tuesday and Wednesday it will be generally cloudy with intermittent drizzly rain, mainly on Pennines, locally bright in east.

Thursday will be dry, sunnier and mild.