London weather: BBC predicts 20 ° C in the “mini heat wave” on Sunday after buckets of rain on Saturday

Londoners can look forward to higher temperatures tomorrow after it rains today (May 8th).

As many of us have found this week, eating outdoors isn’t that exciting when faced with cold winds and rain.

But don’t worry, Londoners don’t have to wait too long before we can drop the blankets and jackets.

BBC Weather predicts that today (May 8th) Londoners will face heavy rain and fresh breezes with highs of 18 ° C.

But tomorrow, May 9th, the capital will see highs of 20 ° C with light clouds and a moderate breeze.

And at the beginning of the week it gets even better.

London weather: BBC predicts 20 ° C in the “mini heat wave” on Sunday after buckets of rain on Saturday

Saturday may be a write-off, but Sunday looks more promising

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On Monday, May 10th, Londoners can expect sunny intervals and moderate breezes with highs of 16 ° C.

On Tuesday we can expect a similar picture with highs of 16 ° C.

The week then drops slightly, with light rain expected on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.

Temperatures remained a bit high at 16 ° C towards the end of the week.

Next weekend it looks a lot better too.

On Saturday, May 15th, Londoners can enjoy highs of 16 ° C with sunny intervals and a light breeze.

The next day, temperatures reach 17 ° C with light clouds and a light breeze.

The week starting May 17th looks particularly warm, with highs of 17 ° C, but Londoners can expect some rain too.

Although we are struggling with some rain, the temperatures will hopefully be warmer in the next few days.

So, if you can avoid the rain, eating outdoors might be a pleasant experience this week.

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