Sunday's London weather forecast — Fine but cold start to Sunday, with plenty of bright or sunny spells
A FINE but cold start to Sunday, with plenty of bright or sunny spells.
Largely dry although the odd shower is possible, feeling a little less cold. Maximum Temperature 15 °C.
London weather forecast for 7am on Sunday, May 5
London weather forecast for 1pm on Sunday, May 5
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UK outlook for Sunday, May 5 to Wednesday, May 8
Many areas will enjoy sunny spells on Sunday, but expect a few showers across parts of England and Wales.
Temperatures will remain on the cool side for most of the UK.
Bank holiday Monday will be showery in the northeast on Monday, but mostly dry and bright further southwest.
More generally unsettled by Wednesday, with occasionally heavy rain and strong winds at times. Remaining rather cold.
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UK outlook for Thursday, May 9 to Sunday, June 2
Unsettled weather prevails on Thursday, with some sunny spells but also occasional heavy, possibly thundery showers, these merging to give some longer spells of rain, particularly in the north.
Fresh to strong winds will make it feel rather cold for many too. This unsettled theme will probably continue through Friday, and perhaps into Saturday.
Temperatures will start below average for many, but recover closer to normal by the weekend. From Sunday onwards it looks likely that more settled conditions will gradually become established.
During the second half of May there are indications that dry and settled weather may take hold. This would bring longer periods of light winds combined with fine and dry weather, particularly across eastern areas.
However, expect occasional interludes of cooler, wetter and breezier weather, with these most likely in western, and particularly northwestern parts.
Temperatures are expected to be near to the seasonal average, but we can expect some marked day to day regional variations.
Sunday's temperatures for London
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