While the week started out on a cooler and unsettled note, drier and much warmer weather has taken over in London.
Thursday will be partly sunny with the high climbing to the upper 79 degrees F (26.1 degrees C).
Today will have the best weather of the week with sunny skies and a few patchy clouds. It should remain dry with a high in the mid- to- upper 70s degrees F (almost 24 degrees C).
Dry weather should dominate the balance of the weekend; however, a front may approach and bring the risk for a few showers on Sunday.
Content contributed by AccuWeather Senior Meteorologist Alan Reppert.
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