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Met Office predicts sunshine and overnight showers in London this weekend

The Met Office has predicted warm sunshine and overnight showers for this weekend in London.

People can enjoy long spells of sunshine this weekend, with highs of 22 degrees celsius.

Saturday will become very warm for many after a locally chilly start, although it may feel cooler in coastal districts.

This will be followed by the occasional rain and showers which could spread northeast during the evening with a minimum temperature of seven degrees.

Sunday is predicted to be slightly dull with outbreaks of rain and showers at first, perhaps with thunder.

These conditions should gradually move away to the north, leaving a drier and warmer afternoon.

Hour-by-hour forecast for Saturday:

1pm: Sunny day

2pm: Sunny day

3pm: Sunny day

4pm: Sunny day

5pm: Sunny day

6pm: Sunny intervals

7pm: Sunny day

8pm: Sunny day

9pm: Partly cloudy

10pm: Cloudy

11pm: Cloudy

Hour-by-hour forecast for Sunday:

6am: Light rain

9am: Light rain

12pm: Cloudy

3pm: Cloudy

6pm: Cloudy

9pm: Light rain

Forecast in full:

Saturday (May 14): Early areas of cloud clearing to reveal a fine day with plenty of sunshine and light winds.

Becoming very warm for many after a locally chilly start, although feeling cooler in coastal districts.

Becoming cloudy in the far west later. Maximum temperature 24 °C.

Sunday (May 15): Cloudy with outbreaks of rain and showers at first, perhaps with thunder.

These conditions should gradually move away to the north, leaving a drier and warmer afternoon.

Becoming breezy. Maximum temperature 25 °C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday: Rather unsettled through this period, with pulses of rain and showers spreading northeast.

Probably driest on Tuesday.

Remaining warm by day and night.

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