Tomorrow is the first day of July, a date which holds great significance in the count down to the lifting of coronavirus restrictions.
Londoners thought they had seen the back of the government’s coronavirus restrictions by June 21, however a delay to the schedule has now pushed that date back to July 19.
This was due to concerns over the new, more contagious spread of the Delta variant.
However, the latest indications from the government is that the new July date will indeed see the end of coronavirus restrictions and a return to ‘freedom’.
Which of course begs the question – what’s the weather going to be like on that day?
Well according to long range forecaster AccuWeather, it will be pretty good indeed.
Of course, predicting the weather two weeks in advance is far from the most accurate method, but the forecaster says on July 19 London will bask in 21C with sunny skies.
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Take a look below to see the weather in London on each day leading up to July 19.
July 1- 21C (Clouds and sun)
July 2 – 23C (Rain)
July 3 – 21C (Clouds and rain)
July 4 – 21C (Rain)
July 5 – 20C (Rain)
July 6 – 21C (Clouds and sunny spells)
July 7 – 21C (Periods of sun and rain)
July 8 – 22C (Showers)
July 9 – 21C (Showers)
July 10 – 22C (Showers)
July 11 – 22C (Showers and sun)
July 12 – 22C (Clouds and sun)
July 13 – 21C (Clouds)
July 14 – 22C (Clouds and sun)
July 15 – 21C (Sun)
July 16 – 22C (Partly sunny)
July 17 – 23C (Clouds)
July 18 – 22C (An afternoon thunderstorm)
July 19 – 21C (Sun)
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