It's set to be another rainy weekend in London ahead - as the Met Office has confirmed there are no signals for 'particularly warm conditions' to come.

It’s been a rainy August so far in London – and according to the Met Office the average monthly rainfall across the city has already been exceeded.

And that's due to exceed even more this weekend as heavy rain is forecast to fall.

With highs of 15 degrees, Saturday will see a dry morning with rain fall getting heavier as the afternoon progresses.

Sunday will be the same - but with lighter rain lasting right through the evening.

A spokesperson for the Met Office has said that while there could be more settled conditions across southern areas over the coming weeks, the possibility of thunder and showery downpours continues.

They added: "There are no huge signals for particularly warm heatwave conditions in August and the risk of thunder in the forecast does persist.”

Hour-by-hour for Saturday:

6am - cloudy

7am - cloudy

8am - cloudy

9am - cloudy

10am - cloudy

11am - cloudy

12pm - light rain

1pm - light rain

2pm - heavy rain

3pm - light rain and dark cloud

4pm - light rain

5pm - light rain

6pm - light rain

7pm - light rain

8pm - light rain

9pm - cloudy

10pm - cloudy


7am - cloudy

10am - cloudy

1pm - light rain

4pm - light rain

7pm - light rain

10pm - light rain

Forecast in full:

Friday night: Cloud thickening in the west, though most parts staying dry, apart from perhaps the far west later in the night. Misty, with fog patches under clear skies in the east. Minimum temperature 14 °C.

Saturday: After a mostly dry start with some brightness further east cloud will thicken as rain moves in from the west, perhaps turning heavy at times through the afternoon. Light winds. Maximum temperature 23 °C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday: Sunday will be mostly cloudy, with scattered showers developing, heavy at times. Monday and Tuesday drier and warmer. Brighter as well, with long sunny spells on Tuesday.

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