Tuesday’s London weather forecast — Temperatures rise after chilly start to give a sunny day


CLEAR skies will mean a chilly start in the region, but temperatures will rise quickly in bright sunshine.

Winds will be light and it will be exceptionally mild for the time of year.

London weather forecast for 6am on Tuesday

Temperatures will fall significantly in the evening, as patchy fog moves in.

On Wednesday morning, fog will clear, leading to another sunny and mild day.

Towards the end of the day, more fog will form.

Rain will spread throughout the region on Thursday, before brighter and drier weather returns on Friday.

London weather forecast for 12pm on Tuesday

UK outlook for Saturday 2 March to Tuesday 26 March

During the weekend, wet and windy weather will move in from the west.

The west of the country will see the heaviest rain, with the east remaining largely dry.

Northern Ireland and western Scotland could see gale-force winds.

The wet and windy conditions are set to continue into next week.

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The northwest of the country is likely to see strong winds and heavy rain throughout the week, especially in exposed areas.

Temperatures through next week should remain around normal for the time of year.

Looking towards the middle of March, drier and more settled weather should return, with the best of the weather continuing in eastern parts.

Overall, temperatures will continue to be a little above average for the time of year.


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