Despite the rain, there were 133 arrests and 20 weapons seized on Sunday, but Monday people thronged the streets to watch the spectacular Carnival floats on a second glorious day of celebrations, as the sun finally came out.
At 3pm there will be a silence for those bereaved in the Grenfell Tower tragedy in nearby Kensington, where 72 people lost their lives in the tower block blaze.
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