Staying bright but a bit more cloud developing today. Gradual brightening tomorrow and Wednesday the warmest of the week.
The recent run of bright and fine weather continues this weekend.
Mild night as daytime heat is trapped in by a blanket of cloud.
London is set to bask in the highest temperatures of the year so far today - warmer than some holiday spots in the Mediterranean, according to forecasters.
Temperatures are set to be as high as 18C, making it "exceptionally mild" for the time of year and warmer than parts of Greece and Turkey, according to the Met Office.
Saturday's highest temperature was recorded at 16.6C (61.9F) at around 2pm in St James's Park in central London.
The recent spell of warm weather is set to continue tomorrow - with top temperatures in the capital set to beat holiday spots in Spain and the South of France.
Highs are expected to reach 18C in London tomorrow - whereas Majorca will see around 17C and luxury hotspot St Tropez just 15C.
St James' Park saw the hottest temperature of the year yesterday at 16.9C.
Overnight tonight warm winds from the south will keep temperatures mild, with clear skies expected all day tomorrow across the capital.
Bright and sunny weather ahead this weekend - here's the forecast with James Wright.
Yesterday was the hottest day of the year so far - with a high of 16.9C recorded in St James' Park.
And the balmy weather is set to continue, with temperatures reaching up to 18C in London on Sunday.
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