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Freezing temperatures and a dense fog descended on Londoners last night and is set to continue well into today (January 18).

A yellow weather warning of fog has been issued by the Met Office, set to affect much of England including London and even a bit of Wales.

Meanwhile, temperatures dropped to an icy -4C in the early hours of this morning and are not expected to rise to much more than 6C throughout the day.

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“[Expect] slower journey times and possible hazardous driving conditions, with delays to bus and train services also possible. There is a chance of delays or cancellations to flights.”

Luckily, the forecaster does also predict that sunshine will follow this bout of fog - despite its potential to clear slowly and persist in places.

London weather forecast

Today:

A cold, frosty start with fog only gradually clearing to sunny skies through the morning, although isolated patches will potentially persist into the afternoon, and perhaps throughout in places. Sunshine will turn hazy later, especially across western parts, as thin cloud spreads east. There is a maximum temperature 8 °C.

Tonight:

There are a few brief patches of shallow mist and fog forecast across the south. The weather will be cloudy but stay dry. It will be chilly, but less cold than the previous night. There is a minimum temperature 2 °C.

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Wednesday:

It is set to be a cloudy morning with a few outbreaks of light rain or drizzle possible, clearing through the afternoon with sunnier but also colder weather following, although southeastern parts are likely staying cloudy throughout. There is a maximum temperature 8 °C.

Outlook for Thursday to Saturday:

There will be a frosty start Thursday, then it is set to be cold and sunny with the winds easing. It will be cold, frosty again overnight on Friday and Saturday, although there will be cloudier with brighter spells. Temperatures will be recovering a little Saturday.

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