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Month-long dry spell forecast for London after weeks of rainy downpours

Any Londoner knows how miserable a rainy spell can be, and it’s all the more difficult when the only place we’re able to socialise is outdoors.

If you’re fed up of clutching an umbrella in pub beer gardens or outside restaurants, you’ll be delighted by the weather forecast in just a couple of weeks’ time.

According to the Accuweather’s long term forecast, the downpours will end around the end of May, and June is looking to be a gloriously dry month.

Long term forecasts are not the most accurate and they can change substantially as it gets closer to the time, but if Accuweather’s is anything to go by then we’re in for a magnificent month of weather in June.

June looks set to be the start of summer

The last two weeks of May are looking very rainy, with showers and even thunderstorms on the cards.

However, as soon as June 1 rolls around there’s not a drop of rain in sight.

Admittedly, some days are a little cloudy, but others promise sunshine pretty much all day.

It looks as if temperatures will barely drop below 20C, with a few days dipping to 17C or 18C – still firmly t-shirt weather.

The week from June 21 to June 27 is set to be the best week of the month, perfect timing for (hopefully) the total end of lockdown.

It’s forecast to be 23C or 24C most days that week, with consistent sunshine making some days feel as warm as 28C.

Find out the weather forecast for your area with this handy widget.

While May has been full of delayed April showers, dampening our spirits and watering down our beer garden pints, we can take solace in the fact that summer is right around the corner.

Now it’s time to start booking those rooftop bars, before everyone else gets there first…

Are you excited for sunnier weather? Tell us in the comments here.



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