Met Office UK Weather - London set to be hit by cold weather

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Cold weather is heading to London - but don’t get your hopes up for a white Christmas.

Despite the cold weather and “arctic blast” that is set to hit the UK, London is set to enjoy a snow-free November, despite temperature’s dropping near freezing.

The weather looks good for the remainder of November, despite the cold weather on its way.

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Tuesday, November 16

Light cloud, light winds. Little chance of rain. Highs of 11C, lows of 8C

Wednesday, November 17

Sunny intervals and a gentle breeze. Inconsistent sun all day and not appearing for long intervals. Little chance of rain again, highs of 12C and lows of 5C.

Thursday, November 18

Cloudier day, but warmer. Low chance of rain despite the clouds, with highs of 13C and lows of 10C.

Friday, November 19.

Light cloud and a gentle breeze to end the week. Cloudy weather but again, very little chance of rain. Highs of 14C and lows of 9C.

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Saturday November 20 - Friday November 26

The end of the month sees the cold weather really take hold. The weekend starts with a cloudy Saturday.

Sunday, Monday and Tuesday sees all three days enjoy long, continuous sunny spells but the weather drops. Highs of 9C and lows of 4C over the three days.

Thursday is a bitter sweet day. Spells of rain and sun to make up for a frustrating day, just as the weather gets better during the day the temperature drops. Lows of 3C on the Thursday, and the rain coupled with low temperature could be a problem.

And a day consisting of just rain, with numerous spells of showers throughout the day, couple with highs of just 6C and lows of 3C makes for a bad way to end the week.

Despite reports emerging of an “arctic freeze” set to bring the UK to a halt and cause havoc, it looks like London will emerge unscathed.

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