Temperatures are set to rise at the Olympic Park in the coming days as the Games enjoys a spell of summery weather.
The mercury is set to hit 26C in the capital on Thursday and Friday with warm and sunny conditions welcoming athletes and spectators in the final stages of the sporting spectacular.
Showers predicted on Sunday are expected to have cleared by the time the closing ceremony gets under way at Stratford's 80,000-seater Olympic Stadium, according to weather experts.
Gareth Harvey, a forecaster with MeteoGroup said: "There is going to be a little bit of cloud around in London today but there will be periods of sunny spells and it should stay dry.
"It's also going to be feel warm with temperatures reaching 26C (78.8F), which is above average for the time of year.
"Tomorrow will not be too dissimilar and the capital should experience another pleasant day."
Mr Harvey continued: "Saturday will be a bit more breezy but should stay dry and temperatures will reach around 24C.
"Sunday will be a bit more unsettled and there will be a chance of some showers, but at this stage, it looks like they should disappear by the evening."
Thousands are expected to fill the Olympic Stadium for Sunday's 9pm ceremony which will see the Olympic flame extinguished to signal the end of the Games.