London 's last February weekend looks to be a cold and dry one, with strong winds also expected.
Despite last weekend's unusual higher temperatures , the capital looks set to face another bitterly cold Saturday and Sunday.
The Met Office say the last weekend of February looks to bring with it some cold temperatures, with strong winds battering the capital.
Friday (February 26) may see a couple of wintry showers, but the rest of the weekend will remain dry with a strong easterly wind predicted.
The capital could possibly see some snow this weekend, with the white stuff predicted to fall in the south.
Fingers crossed for Sunday though, as the capital could see some sunny intervals break through.
Chief operational meteorologist Neil Armstrong said: "There will be plenty of fine, dry weather over the coming days with long sunny spells, but it will be cold with frosts expected overnight.
"If you're planning to do some travelling to other parts of the country this weekend, the Met Office have advised to check the forecast before you set off."
The South East definitely has the better end of the weather deal, as wintry showers and frost are predicted further up north.
Mr Armstrong continued: "Also, for some parts of the UK, there will be wintry showers which may lead to icy patches overnight and perhaps lead to some tricky travelling conditions, so it's worth checking the forecast before travelling.”