A four-day Bank Holiday weekend is waiting for us at the end of this week, with people across the country making plans. As it is the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee, street parties will be a big part of the festivities. And for these, good weather really is a must.
Luckily, Londoners can expect some beautiful weather over the upcoming few days. After the thundery showers of today (Tuesday, May 31) clears, BBC weather is predicting sun and a light breeze for the next four days, with the temperature ranging between 19C and 22C.
Even though rain is set to hit again on Sunday, Friday, which is the Jubilee Bank Holiday itself, is looking like it might be the hottest day of the whole period. This is when temperatures are expected to peak at 22C, while it shouldn’t dip below 12C on that day.
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And some in the capital can expect even hotter weather, with various areas reaching even higher peaks than the London average. In particular, West Londoners should be looking forward to some balmy temperatures.
As an example, the area around London Heathrow Airport and the Borough of Hounslow is on the path to reaching temperatures of 23C, according to the forecaster. And pure sunshine should descend there between 10am and 11am, and 4pm and 5pm.
Whatever the weather, Londoners will be out in droves celebrating the monarch’s 70-year reign and, of course, enjoying the summer sunshine.
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