Met Office forecast London as temperatures drop below freezing

According to the Met Office, the weather warning does not cover south London, but the city is still set to have a chilly day.

Today (Thursday), the weather will be dry and sunny but very cold.

It will be cloudy at times but will stay dry throughout the day, the Met Office predicts.

Tonight, London will see a dry, clear and very cold evening and night.

Frost is likely to develop overnight with a risk of icy patches.

Tomorrow is also set to be cold, with temperatures taking time to rise above freezing.

The Met Office forecasts that it will be bright for most parts with long sunny spells.

Another frost is likely to develop as we head into the weekend.

We have compiled an hour-by-hour weather forecast for today so that you can plan your day according to the cold weather:

9am: -2 degrees

10am: -1 degree

11am: 0 degrees

12pm: 1 degree

1pm: 2 degrees

2pm: 2 degrees

3pm: 2 degrees

4pm: 2 degrees

5pm: 1 degree

6pm: 2 degrees

7pm: 1 degree

8pm: 0 degrees

9pm: 0 degrees

10pm: -1 degree

11pm: -1 degree

 

Today:

The weather will be dry, sunny but very cold for much of the region.

It will be cloudier towards the Kent coast at times, but likely remaining dry with mainly light northerly winds.

Maximum temperature 3 °C.

Tonight:

It will be a largely dry, clear and very cold evening and night ahead.

It will be breeziest towards coasts. Severe frosts developing overnight, with a further risk of icy patches.

Minimum temperature -6 °C.

Friday:

It will be another cold day, with temperatures taking time to rise above freezing.

Rather bright for most parts, with long sunny spells.

Another frost is possible overnight.

Maximum temperature 3 °C.

Outlook for Saturday to Monday:

A mild, but unsettled spell will arrive through Saturday, with strong winds, bands of heavy rain and cloudy conditions dominating the weekend.

It will be brighter but showery Monday.

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