London Weather, Events, Cloths

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London Weather is very much unpredictive but here you will get an idea about weather. It’s important to know what kind of Cloths you need to bring. There is so much happening in London all year round. Since there is always something going on– London’s events calendar is always busy.

So make a plan wisely not to miss out anything. Click for month-wise specific events, weather & cloths to wear..

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Visit Official Pages for London Events

Official London Visit: London Events Calendar
TimeOut: Dedicated to serve Events Information

More on London Weather-Yearly Summary

London has a temperate climate with all four seasons and no extremes of temperature. During summer, from May till August, climate in the city remains somewhat hot and humid with the average temperature of 22°C. Although temperature usually rests at mid teens, some days may get around 30°C. Autumn, on the other hand, receives pleasant temperatures with the average of 20°C. However, by October things start to cool and rainfall increases slightly. The wintry weather in London begins to appear in November and the winters are cold. The average temperature during winter is 5°C, with the maximum and minimum being 7°C and 2°C respectively.

Daily High and Low Temperature

London Weather-temperature

The daily average low (blue) and high (red) temperature with percentile bands (inner band from 25th to 75th percentile, outer band from 10th to 90th percentile). For details, visit Weather Spark

London climate is temperate without any extremes of temperature. However, you will find a microclimate in London that is known as an ‘urban heat island’. As a result of the heated buildings and people, London weather is a couple of degrees warmer than the outside of the city and is one the warmest places in the UK.

Summer
Summer, from June to mid-September, is simply unpredictable in London. Tourists could get a week of continuous rain, a week of wonderful sunshine with the high 20s. The average maximums stand at 22°C. However, sometimes it may climb to above 30°C. On the other hand, the regular low temperature usually stays at 13°C. Precipitation in summer is around 50 to 60mm per month and during the last few month of the season the city experiences some thunderstorms and short heavy downpours.

Fraction of Time Spent in Various Temperature Bands

London Weather-summer

The average fraction of time spent in various temperature bands: frigid (below -9°C), freezing (-9°C to 0°C), cold (0°C to 10°C), cool (10°C to 18°C), comfortable (18°C to 24°C), warm (24°C to 29°C), hot (29°C to 38°C) and sweltering (above 38°C). For details, visit Weather Spark

Autumn
Autumn comes in mid-September and lasts till the next month in London. The season is full with pleasant temperature although during October things are begin to cool and precipitation increases somewhat. Throughout September, the average high temperatures fluctuate between 19°C to 20s. However, 15°C to 19°C is very much possible in October. Again in November temperatures hardly goes far into double figures.

Daily Hours of Daylight and Twilight

London Weather-daylight

The number of hours during which the Sun is visible (black line), with various degrees of daylight, twilight, and night, indicated by the color bands. From bottom (most yellow) to top (most gray): full daylight, solar twilight (Sun is visible but less than 6° from the horizon), civil twilight (Sun is not visible but is less than 6° below the horizon), nautical twilight (Sun is between 6° and 12° below the horizon), astronomical twilight (Sun is between 12° and 18° below the horizon), and full night. For details, visit Weather Spark

Winter
Winter, from December to February, remains cold in London. The average temperature in the winter stays at 5°C, with maximums averaging 7°C and minimums 2°C. However, the winter temperature can often drop to 0°C. Due to the ‘urban heat island’ phenomenon frosts and snow are rarer in the city than elsewhere. During the late autumn rainfall remains at its highest level and it continues in the first few months of winter.

Probability of Snow Fall Being Reported in a Given Day

London Weather-probability

Probability that snow will be reported at least once in a given day. The season is defined as the period during which the probability is greater than one third the maximum probability. For details, visit Weather Spark

Spring
Like summer, spring too is a season of unpredictable weather in London. The period can be chilly, damp and grey or can be sunny with a pleasant temperature, 20°C. During March the city’s average highs stand 10°C, while this climbs to 17°C by May.

Ref. worldweatheronline.com

More to know London Weather,Here are selective websites for you

01. VisitLondon:-London and the South East have one of the mildest climates in the UK, but the weather can be unpredictable. Londoners get used to carrying both an umbrella and sunglasses to be prepared for all eventualities!

For more please click-London Weather Forecast

02. Met Office, UK Government:-The Met Office provides a wide range of forecasts and warnings to help you make informed decisions about your day to day activities.

For more please click-UK Weather

03. Trip Advisor:-It’s said of other places but often holds true for London: if you don’t like the weather, wait a minute. Many visitors ask ‘what will the weather be like in…?’ but the best and most honest answer is that we won’t know until that time comes. But there are a few basics that may help in considering when to travel to London.

For more please click-London Weather and When to Go

04. BBC London: WeatherA band of showery rain across western areas this morning will move eastwards, reaching central areas by midday. Some heavy bursts at times, especially northern England. However, remaining dry for many eastern and southeastern parts. Sunshine away from the rain.

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