The Met Office has predicted cloud and rain in London for Remembrance Sunday.

The Met Office has predicted a sunny yet frosty Saturday in London,  with the weather becoming cloudy and rainy towards the end of the weekend. 

The Festival of Remembrance at the Royal Albert Hall, which will be attended by the King and Queen and other members of the Royal Family, will take place on Saturday (November 11).

As well as this, a pro-Palestinian protest on Armistice Day will be taking place from Hyde Park – about a mile from the war memorial in Whitehall – to the US embassy in Vauxhall, south of the Thames.

The protest has divided public opinion, with some saying it is “absolutely appropriate” to call for a ceasefire in Gaza while others have said they are “very wary” to enter central London.

Here’s the full weather report for this weekend

Hour-by-hour for today (Saturday) 

6am – Clear

7am – Clear

8am – Sunny

9am – Sunny

10am – Sunny

11am – Sunny intervals

12pm – Sunny intervals

1pm – Sunny intervals

2pm – Cloudy

3pm – Cloudy

4pm – Cloudy

5pm – Partly cloudy

6pm – Partly cloudy

7pm - Partly cloudy

8pm – Cloudy

9pm – Cloudy

10pm – Clear

11pm – Partly cloudy

Here is the hour-by-hour forecast for tomorrow (Sunday)

6am – Cloudy

9am – Cloudy

12pm – Cloudy

3pm – Cloudy

6pm – Light rain

9pm – Cloudy

Forecast in full


A cold morning with frost and fog in prone rural spots clearing to a fine day with a good deal of sunshine. Feeling rather cold. Light winds. Maximum temperature 10 °C.

Outlook for Sunday to Tuesday

Frost and fog to start, turning cloudy into the afternoon as rain arrives in the evening. A wet and windy day on Monday, dry start to Tuesday with rain overnight.