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Saturday night: The evening and night will stay dry with light winds. Cloud amounts will be rather variable, but with mist and fog readily re-forming where breaks occur. Minimum Temperature 4°C.

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Sunday: Mist and fog will slowly clear during the morning to give another dry day with light winds and some pleasant sunny spells. Maximum Temperature 19°C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday: Much more unsettled than of late with occasional showers or some longer spells of rain, perhaps heavy and thundery in places. Some drier and brighter spells, but windy at times.


London's weekend weather forecast

Saturday: Dry through the day with light winds, but areas of fog and low cloud during the morning, with some dense fog slow to clear in places. Otherwise, dry and fine with increasing amounts of warm sunshine. Maximum Temperature 18°C.

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Saturday night: Remaining dry with light winds overnight and a few clear spells. Chance of some fog redeveloping in prone spots if skies remain clear for long. Minimum Temperature 5°C.

Sunday: Any morning fog clearing to leave a fine and dry day with sunny spells and light winds. Cloud perhaps thickening later in the day from the south. Maximum Temperature 18°C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday: Becoming unsettled and breezier with bands of rain and showers moving up from the south, some heavy with a risk of thunder, especially on Tuesday. Drier spells in between.


Celebrity chef and actors to lead Crossrail protest

Cherie Lunghi is one of a host of celebrities expected at today's demonstration Credit: PA Wire

A host of celebrities will lead a protest march from Sloane Square today against plans for the proposed Crossrail 2 project which they say would cut through Chelsea.

The chef Loyd Grossman, and actors Trevor Eve and Cherie Lunghi will be among the marchers, who will walk to the Chelsea Fire Station - the proposed location of a Crossrail 2 station.

Ministers are still consulting on plans for the £20bn underground railway.

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