It’s been a chilly start to the year to say the least, with the memory of a record breaking warm start to January now long forgotten.
Things are set to get even colder tomorrow (Tuesday January 25) as the temperature drops to a grim high of just 4C in London according to the Met Office.
However, hope is at hand, as within the week we’re set to see a warm wave of weather envelop the capital, tripling the temperature.
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According to the forecaster, by this Saturday (January 29), London will have rebounded to a daytime high of a relatively whopping 12C.
If this forecast is correct that would mean the temperature had tripled in just four days.
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We don’t even have to wait that long for it to start getting warmer either.
With overcast weather set to persist for the entire week, the temperature actually starts to climb on Wednesday to a modest 6C.
It then rises sharply to a cosy 10C on Thursday as well as the wind picking up with gusts of up to 25mph expected, before a slight drop back to single digits and 8C by Friday.
The peak of 12C comes this Saturday with a toasty low of 7C and the Met Office forecast says the week will end on another double digit day at 10C on Sunday January 30.
Fingers crossed the capital can keep this warmer spell going!
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