When 6 days of hot, sunny weather is forecast to bake London

With all the storms and showers over the last week it feels like summer is officially over – but not quite yet.

While the temperatures aren’t going to be climbing quite as high as they did during the week long heatwave – something we’re pretty grateful for – we are set for a period of warm, sunny weather.

The start of September generally is looking quite nice, with temperatures consistently around the 21C mark and the sun making an appearance every day.

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Sadly the Bank Holiday weekend looks set to be a washout, but after that we’re forecast to have sun for days.

According to the BBC forecast Thursday, September 3 will see highs of 21C and ‘sunny intervals with a gentle breeze’, the perfect start to Autumn.

This trend will continue across the weekend and into the next week, with Monday, September 7 also forecast to have ‘sunny intervals wand a gentle breeze’.

Even more importantly, the chance of rain is very low across this whole period.

Looking forward, AccuWeather predicts even nicer weather for the next week and a bit.

Tuesday, September 8 is forecast to be 22C the high with ‘abundant sunshine’, with identical forecasts for September 14, 15 and 16.

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The days in between will also be warm, with highs of 20C or 21C and mostly sunny, although you might see the odd fluffy white cloud.

For this week the Met Office adds: “Temperatures should be around the average, with a potential for some warmer spells in southern and eastern areas [of the UK].”


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