The last few weeks have seen heat, sweat and dryness across London, with the Met Office placing another warning for extreme heat in the region, seeing hot temperatures continue. 

And as much as we might all like a break from the continued heat that the UK isn't built for, it seems that isn't the news. 

As hot weather is predicted to continue for some time, with London already seeing temperatures reaching highs of 33C. 

Well if you were wondering what to expect from this weekend's forecast, then you are in luck as we have it all for you. 

So no need to panic about what to wear and whether you have enough sun cream to survive the heat, as you can prepare by looking at the breakdown of the weekend's weather. 

London weekend weather forecast: 

Saturday, August 13:

On Saturday the sun will be shining down on London with a cloud-free sky all day and hot temperatures throughout.

Seeing the lowest temperature at 20C at 6am but quickly rising to above 30C with the highest temperature expected at 4pm at 32C. 

And if you were hoping for a little bit of breeze to ease up on the heat then you might be in luck, with gusts of 13mph expected, although they're low, at least it will help move the air along. 

And if you're a hayfever sufferer you might want to start getting prepared as pollen levels will be high on Saturday.

Sunday, August 14: 

If you've got plans for Sunday you might be in luck, as although an amber weather warning will still be in place, it will be slightly cooler. 

With cloudy skies expected after 1pm, so you won't have the blazing sun coming down on you, but we'd still recommend wearing sun cream to stay protected. 

In terms of temperatures, it will still be hot and humid, with 25C at the lowest and the highest set for 31C at 4pm. 

If you were hoping for rain, prepare to be disappointed as there will be no rain on Sunday, but there is some expected on Monday. 

It will also be another harsh day for hayfever suffers, with high levels across the region, so get ready to take on the pollen. 

See the full forecast via the Met Office.