LONDON will remain dry on Tuesday with sunny spells.
However, the sunshine will become hazy as cloud moves in from the west.
London weather forecast for 6am on Tuesday February 19
London weather forecast for 3pm on Tuesday February 19
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UK outlook for Wednesday February 20 to Friday February 22
On Wednesday, it’ll be wet and windy in the northwest but sunny and brighter down south.
Throughout the course of the week, dry and sunny weather will dominate and will feel very mild.
UK outlook for Saturday February 23 to Tuesday March 19
The weekend will be largely mild with sunshine for many, but northwestern regions could be cloudier with rain.
The fine conditions are expected to continue until the end of February but rain and strong winds will continue to affect the northwest.
By early March, wet and windy weather could return with the chance of snow over high ground.
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Tuesday’s temperatures for London
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