Father’s Day is a brilliant time to let dads, stepdads, grandads and father figures alike let them know how much they are appreciated.

So, what better day for the sun to shine across London so that families can go outside to celebrate?

The Met Office has predicted dry weather tomorrow (Sunday, June 16) with temperatures reaching a high of 19 degrees.

There might be some spells of rain at around 6am and 10am, but for the rest of the day the forecast predicts that the weather will be dry cloudy with the sun coming through from time to time.

However, the Met Office also predicts a chance of thunder during Father’s Day.

Met Office Forecast in full:


Most of the showers gradually die away, leaving areas of cloud but also clear spells. Winds ease a little, especially inland, but still coastal areas remain breezy. Minimum temperature 9 °C.


Often cloudy through the morning with scattered showers, these heavy at times with a chance of thunder. Through the afternoon showers gradually die away and sunny spells develop. Maximum temperature 20 °C.

Outlook for Monday to Wednesday:

Showers will be isolated and most places will remain dry with sunny spells. However, showers or spells of rain may reach the far southeast at times. Temperatures close to normal.

Hour-by-hour forecast:

6am – 13 degrees

7am – 13 degrees

8am – 14 degrees

9am – 15 degrees

10am – 15 degrees

11am – 17 degrees

12pm – 18 degrees

1pm – 19 degrees

2pm – 19 degrees

3pm – 19 degrees

4pm – 19 degrees

5pm – 19 degrees

6pm – 18 degrees

7pm – 18 degrees

8pm – 17 degrees

9pm – 16 degrees

10pm – 15 degrees

11pm – 15 degrees