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Watch this weekend’s weather forecast: Summer’s back, but only temporarily

PUBLISHED: 10:00 14 October 2017

A couple sunbathe on the beach as they enjoy the sunny weather at Clacton-on-Sea in Essex. Clacton features in Peter Caton's book on Essex walks. Picture: PA/Nick Ansell

A couple sunbathe on the beach as they enjoy the sunny weather at Clacton-on-Sea in Essex. Clacton features in Peter Caton's book on Essex walks. Picture: PA/Nick Ansell

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Wondering what the weather has in store for us this weekend? Watch our three-minute Met Office video forecast.

The mercury across London may start pushing 25 degrees this week as Hurricane Ophelia pushes hot air from the Spanish coast up towards southern England.

But by the start of next week temperatures should be back to normal as high winds kick in.

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