The Met Office has forecasted another round of scorching hot weather for London, adding to the already record-breaking heatwave for an October.

Despite the typical expectation of cooler temperatures during this time of the year, Londoners are bracing themselves as the face two unusually warm days.

Temperatures are expected to rise to the early twenties today and tomorrow (October 9 and October 10).

The weather today will be mostly sunny and warm, with temperatures reaching a maximum of 25 °C.

Tonight, it will remain dry with clear spells at first, but clouds will increase later in the night.

Tuesday is expected to be another warm day with hazy, bright, or sunny spells, and a noticeable breeze. The maximum temperature will be around 24 °C.

Below is the hourly forecast for today and tomorrow.

Monday, October 9:

- 12pm: Sunny at 18°

- 1pm: Sunny at 20°

- 2pm: Sunny at 21°

- 3pm: Sunny at 22°

- 4pm: Sunny at 22°

- 5pm: Sunny at 22°

- 6pm: Sunny at 22°

- 7pm: Clear at 21°

- 8pm: Partly clear at 21°

- 9pm: Partly clear at 20°

Tuesday, October 10:

- 12pm: Sunny at 19°

- 1pm: Sunny at 20°

- 2pm: Sunny at 21°

- 3pm: Sunny intervals at 21°

- 4pm: Sunny intervals at 21°

- 5pm: Sunny intervals at 21°

- 6pm: Cloudy at 20°

- 7pm: Cloudy at 19°

- 8pm: Partly cloudy at 18°

- 9pm: Clear at 17°

Here is the forecast in full for the next two days:


Morning mist and fog patches clearing to leave a fine day, with long spells of hazy sunshine. Feeling very warm by afternoon, with light winds. Maximum temperature 25 °C.


A dry night with long clear spells to start. Turning cloudier after midnight, with a freshening breeze later. Chance of some overnight mist. Minimum temperature 11 °C.


Tuesday will be another fine day with some hazy, bright, or sunny spells and feeling very warm again by the afternoon. More noticeable breeze than recent days. Maximum temperature 24 °C.