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After last year's awful weather that blighted the Superstars' season spoke exclusively to BBC Weather Forecaster and train meteorologist Sonny Daze. Sonny has been running complex computer programs, checking weather charts and consulting his crystal ball and has come up with the following forecast for the whole summer.
Early May will be cloudy and rainy in London - however Hampshire will be scorching hot. Unseasonal temperatures of around 25 degrees will the norm at the start of month. This beautiful weather will gradually move north eastwards to London, arriving on approximately 8th May where it stay for almost three months. In late July and early August there will be two weeks of solid rain in London with a strange hole in the cloud in the Dartford/Greenhithe area where temperatures remain high and the outlook beautiful. August will be entirely sunny. The exact date the weather will 'break' is at the moment unclear - we'll know when the date of the 6DAs is known.
Our thanks to Sonny Daze for his assistance.
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