Brighton is set for a cloudy and rainy weekend to see in the King’s coronation, forecasts predict.

Information from the Met Office suggests that Saturday, Sunday and Monday will see splashes of rain amid clouds and bursts of sunshine.

With the procession beginning just after 10am on Saturday, the city is expected to be seeing the wet weather throughout proceedings.

According to the forecast, Saturday, May 6, will see cloudy weather changing to light rain by the light morning.

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Temperatures will still say solidly in double figures, however, with a high of 15 degrees and low of 12 degrees.

On Sunday, the weather is expected to be more overcast in the morning as light showers once again hit just after lunchtime.


Despite a chance of rain throughout the rain, the evening is thought to be dry.

On the bank holiday, rain is expected to hit Brighton for most of the day beginning at 10am.

A 50 per cent chance of rain is forecast until 10pm.

King Charles is set to be crowned on Saturday with several street parties across Brighton, Sussex and beyond.

Many people will also be heading to London for the festivities centring around Westminster Abbey and Buckingham Palace.